Determining the Value of Marital Assets
North Carolina equitable distribution laws require a judge to to identify property as either marital or separate, and then value that property as of the date of separation and the date of distribution. A judge must be provided credible evidence of the value during a trial on equitable distribution. Parties may agree on a value, or evidence must be presented as to value sufficient to convince a judge that is the fair market value of the asset as of the date of separation.
How Can You Receive Fair Value for Marital Assets?
When presenting an equitable distribution claim, an experienced attorney is a necessity.
At The Doyle Law Group, P.A., our lawyers have nearly two decades of experience in helping clients ensure fair division.
Ensure Your Assets Are Valued Fairly With Attorneys at The Doyle Law Group
Equitable distribution starts with fairly valued assets. Call (919) 301-8843 or complete the form below to schedule your free consultation.
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