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A show profiling Religious Scholar, Sayed Fadhil Milani and English Lawyer, Duha Al-Wakeel discussing different aspects of the law through a Religious and English lens. On this episode they look at "Divorce - Division of Assets & Children".
New York has a unique view of the distribution of assets through what are called separate and marital assets. This video reviews the rules of equitable distribution and outlines the factors a court will consider in distributing assets.
How family courts value a professional degree or designation earned by you or your spouse. Is this degree a piece of property that should be part of your Net Family Property calculation? Read the transcript: http://www.separation.ca/videos/degree-worth
Dividing marital property is often complex, particularly when dealing with joint bank accounts, RSPs, pensions, and of course the matrimonial home.
A detailed discussion of the division of assets and property when a marriage breaks down into separation and divorce.
Rick Robertson joins host Cathy DeWitt Dunn on the Women, Money and Power Radio Show to discuss the financial aspects of divorce and what you can do to prepare for division of assets during divorce. More at http://www.womenmoneyandpower.com/
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Nevada is a community property state. Community property is, generally speaking, property acquired after the date of marriage by either spouse. Although there are some caveats to the rule, community property is to be divided equally between both parties upon divorce. - See more at: http://www.attorneyericroy.com/Practice-Areas/Family-Law/Division-of-Property.aspx#sthash.gtCfxn4Y.dpuf
http://www.duboislaw.net/Dividing-Property/ Today we want to talk about property and asset division in a Seattle divorce. How is property divided in a Seattle divorce and what can you do to assure that everything is properly accounted for and you get your "fair share" so to speak? You need to begin by creating a Divorce Spreadsheet, and listing all of your marital assets as well as anything that can be classified as a separate asset - in other words, did either party own something of value prior to getting married that was not purchased with community money. Did you husband or you own a car previous to marriage? That would be a potential example of separate property. On your spreadsheet, we need to account for the asset, whether commmunity property or separate property, define the valu...
Knowing how marital property is divided is an important question many of our clients ask, which Ms. Jimenez talks about in this video. Some people think that 50/50 division or equal distribution is the way to go but this is only a presumption. You may be able to get all the marital assets or most of the marital assets. That’s why it’s important hiring an attorney to represent you. You shouldn’t sign any agreements without your attorney being present or helping you all the way. http://gallardolawyers.com/family/family-lawyer-miami Transcription of the family lawyer's response : Another question is how does the court divide marital property? Ok, the court has to go by the statues of Florida. Florida statue goes that the presumption start with 50/50 division, equal distribution. However, t...
How to get a Divorce in Australia. Module 5: Divorce and Assets Video 3: How to divide assets In this video we discuss the first step in the division of assets during a divorce - defining the Asset Pool and establishing how much there is to divide.
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http://www.galbraithfamilylaw.com/property-division/ Do you need help with your property division? http://www.galbraithfamilylaw.com/property-division/ - visit here for more information! Calculating the Equalization of Property in a Divorce: In Ontario, the Family Law Act uses a formula to determine how much needs to be paid by one spouse to the other so that you and your spouse end up with the same net property upon separation. The formula is illustrated below: + Add up your assets on the date of separation - Subtract your debts on the date of separation - Subtract any gifts from third parties, inheritances or proceeds from a personal injury claim received during the marriage which were kept separate and are still in existence on the date of separation - Subtract your assets le...
How does the length of a marriage affect the division of assets in a high net worth divorce?| Beryl McClary Thompson | http://www.thompsonmcclarydefensefirm.com/ | (888) 640-2999 | 126 E Jefferson St., Orlando, Florida 32801 The length of a marriage primarily effects whether or not the party is entitled to alimony and what kind of alimony. Let's go to division of assets. It effects whether or not the property or businesses were non-martial properties and when and where during the course of the marriage that property became marital properties. At that point, at the point that it did, the longer it was in the marriage, the greater the increase of her portion or his portion of the assets depending on the length of the marriage and increase thereof, which would be commiserate with the length...