Denver Divorce Lawyers Resolving Property Division Issues

The Skills And Resources To Resolve Property Rights Issues

The division of marital property is one of the most complex and crucial aspects of any divorce. In order to protect their property rights, it is important for men and women to have a lawyer on their side who is capable of valuating assets, determining the amount of marital property and ensuring they receive everything they are entitled to in the divorce.

At Ciancio Ciancio Brown, P.C., we possess the skills and resources to successfully resolve property issues in the context of divorce. Our team of attorneys and paralegals has been handpicked by Cynthia L. Ciancio, one of Colorado’s leading family law attorneys, to meet the needs of our clients.

What Happens To Property After A Divorce?

The general rule of thumb is that all property will be divided between the parties at the time of divorce. Meaning that titles for real property, vehicles, etc. will be transferred and the debts associated with those items will be paid or refinanced so as to remove the name of the party not receiving the item. Courts generally do not like for parties to continue with joint ownership following the divorce, but on occasion, there may be a situation such as a business, real property, or other asset, which the court finds necessary to postpone for division. This rarely occurs, but can happen.  As for smaller items, such as furniture, bikes, etc., the courts really encourage parties to divide these items amongst themselves as they hate to divide “pots and pans.” Personal items such as clothing should remain with the respective party. Depending on the facts of your situation consultation with an attorney knowledgeable about divorce is advised.

Resolving Asset Distribution Issues In Divorce

You can rely on our firm to provide you with the counsel and representation you need during divorce, as we are skilled at resolving even the most complex property division matters for our clients throughout Colorado.

We understand that the key to achieving an equitable division of property is ensuring that any property settlement is based on an accurate assessment of the couple’s marital property. Marital property is property accumulated during the course of the marriage. Equitable distribution also applies to marital debts.

Working with attorneys from across our firm who have experience with a broad range of issues, resolve issues involving:

  • Retirement accounts
  • Bank accounts
  • Inheritance
  • Real estate
  • Vehicles
  • Business assets

Due to the diversity of our staff, we are able to offer large-firm expertise at an exceptional value for our clientele across the economic spectrum.

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Our attorneys can answer your questions and guide you down the path toward an outcome that serves your interests. To learn more, contact us to schedule a case evaluation.