We can bring forth any contributing factors that you feel are relevant to your divorce proceedings so that an equitable distribution ruling is favorable in Troutman.
Equitable distribution is typically defined as a division of property and can be applied to various legal situations, including a divorce. The process of equitable distribution is supervised by a judge, so spouses achieve the best possible division of property rights and obligations according to their specific situation. Depending on each unique scenario, equitable distribution may be simple, or it can be complicated and require more work on the parts of all parties involved.
It’s important to know that equitable distribution is used to provide “fair” division of property, not always “equal” division. As such, there are many different factors a judge may consider as they determine what will be an equitable split between spouses. For example, the financial situation of each individual, age and health (physical, mental and emotional), length of the marriage, standard of living, and tax consequences may all be considerations. Additionally, if children are involved, a judge will determine the best case for each child.
When you choose to work with me, W. Sloan Goforth, Attorney at Law, we can bring forth any contributing factors that you feel are relevant to your divorce proceedings so that an equitable distribution ruling is favorable for all parties involved. Having representation from our law firm can help you achieve the best possible outcomes in Troutman, North Carolina.
If you have questions about your divorce proceedings or equitable distribution, contact me, W. Sloan Goforth, Attorney at Law, to discuss your unique legal situation.
At the office of W. Sloan Goforth, Attorney at Law, we can help with legal cases regarding equitable distribution for residents of Statesville, Troutman, Taylorsville, Mocksville, Mooresville, Hickory, Iredell County, Alexander County, and Davie County, North Carolina.