Protecting Clients’ Best Interests in Divorce. Serving Gillette & Newcastle.
Perhaps the most important part of a divorce decree, excluding provisions made for children, is the division of assets. This is why many divorcing couples end up in divorce court. Each spouse has a different idea about what is a fair distribution of the property accrued during the marriage. Negotiations regarding the division of assets in a divorce can leave you feeling cheated and can cause a lot of undue stress.
At Berger & Brown, our Gillette division of assets lawyers understand how difficult it is to divvy up assets you worked for during your marriage. We can advocate for your best interests both in court and during settlement negotiations. Alex Berger, who focuses exclusively on divorces and family law. Together, we can provide you with the proficient and personalized legal services you need and deserve.
Call our office manager, Rosie Maynard, at (307) 257-6368 to schedule a free, confidential consultation regarding the division of assets in your divorce case.
How the Division of Assets Is Determined
When two divorcing spouses are unable to come to a mutual agreement on the division of marital assets, litigation is likely. While we strive to help all of our clients achieve swift settlements in their divorces, we are fully prepared to represent you in divorce court.
Wyoming state law requires the judge in your case to divide assets equitably. What the judge deems “fair” may not be your own interpretation of a just division of assets, and is not necessarily equal between the two parties.
When determining the division of assets, the judge will consider several factors, including but not limited to:
- Childcare costs
- Earning potential
- Medical needs
- Length of marriage
- Liabilities and debts
- How property was acquired
- Spousal support
- Gifts or inheritances
- Where each party will be left after the divorce
Rely on Berger & Brown for the Legal Assistance You Need
When you have the seemingly insurmountable task of coming to an agreement with your spouse regarding the division of assets in your divorce and you just cannot come to terms with one another, our Gillette divorce attorneys can help. We provide outstanding representation coupled with a personalized approach that’s tailored to your unique situation. No matter how complex or contentious your circumstances, we will work tirelessly for the best possible outcome in your case.
Need assistance with asset division? Contact Berger & Brown at (307) 257-6368 to set up a free consultation with our family lawyers.