Guiding You Through The Property Division Phase Of Your Divorce
Under Georgia’s equitable distribution approach to property issues in divorce, the objective is not so much to achieve a strictly equal division as it is to divide assets and liabilities fairly between the divorcing spouses.
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At the Teiger Law Center, P.C., we have nearly 30 years of experience handling the resolution of property division problems and provide comprehensive advice and advocacy to protect your financial security. Whether the assets are real estate, bank accounts, stocks and bonds, retirement accounts, current income, military retirement benefits, disability benefits, art, antiques or collectibles, we will analyze the facts of the case top to bottom in providing counsel prior to litigation and proving your case at trial.
Our objective is to expand your options for reaching a positive result through careful attention to factors affecting the determination of what will be an equitable division of marital assets and of fairly determining the value of the assets to be divided. By working together we will formulate sound strategies for negotiation and mediation, and strong evidence for litigation and appeals.
Attorney Tracy Teiger‘s background in estate planning and business law adds depth to his counsel on property issues that arise in a Georgia divorce. If family business holdings, blended-family situations or asset valuation disputes are likely to complicate your divorce, an attorney experienced with these issues can guide you through the process — so that you understand, truly understand, what is going on — while protecting your interests.
The first steps are to help you define and prioritize your property division goals while working on the disclosure and valuation issues that need to be resolved before serious discussions can begin. Has each side fully disclosed personal income, assets and debts? Are there any assets that should not be characterized as marital property, such as assets acquired prior to the marriage, or wealth acquired by inheritance during it, that are subject to division? Are the parties likely to disagree about the composition or value of the marital estate?
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Our law firm’s experience with these matters can help you resolve problems related to a wide variety of marital assets and property division issues:
- Investment and retirement assets such as 401(k) accounts, pensions, military retirement benefits and deferred compensation rights
- Annuities and insurance benefits
- Real estate holdings
- Interests in family businesses, professional practices or closely held corporations
- Assets identified specifically or generically in a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement
- Disputes as to joint liability for separate debt, or individual liability for marital debt
- Relationships between property division and alimony issues
- The award of attorney’s fees
- The calculation of child support
An important objective in any divorce is to make sure that the financial break between the parties is complete, realistic and fair.
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To learn how a lawyer experienced in handling divorce matters in north metro Atlanta can protect your interests with respect to the financial aspects of divorce, contact the Teiger Law Center, P.C., in Alpharetta or Cumming. Call 800-780-2275, toll free at 866-726-2153 or complete our online contact form.