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Helping you through the property division process

On Behalf of | Mar 21, 2017 | Property Division

Divorce is never easy. That is true even in cases where spouses collaborate and work together through all the steps of the process. In many cases, divorcing spouses will extend the process, focus on minute details, refuse to budge on issues and even act spiteful. This is likely to result in wasted time, money and emotional sanity.

One divorce issue that spouses are likely to focus on is property division; however, with the proper mindset and taking appropriate steps, divorcing couples in Arizona can get through this often challenging process.

It is not always clear what belongs to which spouse or who is entitled to what assets. That is especially true when a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is not included in the marriage. While these documents are not required, they do help spell out the difficult decisions involved with property distribution.

At John, Bednarz, P.C., our experienced legal team has helped residents in the Phoenix area navigate the property division process with or without a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement. With almost 20 years of experience, we apply our legal knowledge and expertise to each and every client’s matter, helping them meet their needs and protect their interests.

Our law firm helps divorcing spouses resolve problems related to property division. This often includes determining whether a particular asset or property is considered marital property or separate property, enforcing a prenup or postnup, dividing marital debts, dividing tax deductions and exemptions, asset valuation, the division of employment and retirement benefits and the division of military pensions and service benefits.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s property division website. No matter the length of the marriage or whether a divorce is contested or not, property division is a dissolution step that spouses cannot avoid. Thus, it is important to understand the process and what a spouse can do to protect his or her rights.