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Allocation of Assets During a Divorce

The allocation of assets during a divorce is the process of dividing financial accounts, investments, property, retirement benefits, and business assets between spouses. This process can be done through an agreement between the couple or through the court. The assets must be split in some manner for the divorce to go through. A judge must deem the split to be fair before the divorce is finalized. Cooperation from both parties can result in a smoother divorce process.  Marital assets that are subject to division can include a home, retirement benefits, business assets, bank accounts, and other property.

The professional staff at the Law Offices of Edward P. Graham can assist you in gaining a fair disposition of the property that was acquired during the marriage. Feel free to contact our offices in Naperville at (630) 357-2333 or Chesterton at (219) 797-7820.

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