Equitable Distribution

In North Carolina, the marital property of a divorcing couple is divided equitably. While most people presume that a 50/50 division of property is standard for divorce, “equitable,” in fact, means “fair,” and sometimes, “fair” does not necessarily mean “equal.”

The lawyers at Wofford Law will provide you with advice in identifying and valuing your marital property and debt and, ultimately, will assist you with protecting your separate assets and with receiving your fair share of your marital property.

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