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Nashville Property Division Attorney

Proven & Experienced Legal Advocate

Are you going through a complex divorce? Regardless of your situation, it is crucial that you ensure your asset and property rights are protected throughout the process. You need a Nashville divorce attorney who understands property division matters and how to provide effective counsel. Martin Sir & Associates has been serving clients for more than three decades and can guide you through this challenging time.

Tennessee is a state that practices equitable division when apportioning the amount of property each spouse receives following a divorce. Each spouse is the owner of any income that they contributed during the marriage, as well as any property that is under their name. However, during a divorce, this property becomes marital, and the judge will divide all property and assets in a manner that is equitable, but not necessarily equal.

Protecting your property rights can be difficult, especially if your spouse has attempted to hide or disguise assets that should be joint.

Attorney Sir can help determine the value of following:

  • Marital home
  • Retirement portfolios or stocks
  • Jointly held accounts or debts
  • Vehicles and other valuables
  • Inheritance or other gifts
  • Investment accounts or property
  • Family business assets
  • Valuable art or jewelry

Do not wait to get counsel on your property division matter. You need a knowledge lawyer who can help you effectively navigate the legal process.

Handling Your Property Division Concerns

If you believe your spouse is seeking to hide assets and/or obtain more than they deserve, be sure to speak with a legal professional as soon as possible. Attorney Sir carefully reviews all accounts involved, works with real estate and tax professionals, and consults with financial experts to determine if your property division matter is handled correctly.

Property division is not a simple 50/50 split. The court will look at separate property, marital property, and each spouse's contribution to the estate. These factors will play a big role in how the property will be divided. You will need to determine the source of nearly all of your assets and be able to identify which ones you earned prior to marriage and which ones you earned or received during marriage.

If you are seeking to fairly obtain the property that is rightfully yours, contact Martin Sir & Associates today. Schedule your free, no-obligation consultation now to get started.

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