Property division can be one of the most heated topics related to divorce. No matter what the duration of the marriage, it is important that property is divided fairly. The attorneys at Wolfe & Stec, Ltd., have extensive experience in handling complicated divorce and property division issues.
It is important for any couple going through a divorce to understand the difference between marital and non-marital property:
There are certain exceptions to both marital and non-marital property. For example, gifts or inheritances may be classified as part of one spouse’s estate and not the other’s. Also, certain non-marital property can be converted to marital property during the marriage or during the divorce. Our attorneys can explain how marital and non-marital property laws apply to your divorce.
Dividing property during a divorce can be complicated. In certain cases, one spouse may have hidden assets. When a spouse is self-employed, for example, it may be more difficult to divide property. Our attorneys can assist clients in even the most complex marital property issues.
We can assist clients in handling asset and debt division, including the proper valuation and allocation of the following types of property:
To schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced property division lawyers, contact us online or call us at 630-305-0222 or 312-388-7882.