Property Division 2017-08-31T15:56:17+00:00

Keep What Is Yours

You probably have a strong idea of what you want to walk away with from your divorce. Perhaps you want to keep the house. Perhaps you want to protect your 401(k). Perhaps there are smaller items that have sentimental value that you don’t want to get lost along the way.

I will work hard to help you keep what is yours. Property division is one of the most challenging aspects of divorce. My experience means I am up to the challenge.

At the Law Office of Elliot Green, I work closely with my clients to protect the assets that mean the most to them. People in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the surrounding parts of New York count on me to meet their needs.

I will work closely with you. I will listen to you. I will answer your questions about property division. I will keep you involved in your case from start to finish, because that is the level of advocacy you deserve.

Assets Are Protected Automatically During Divorce

When a divorce is filed, New York property division law now requires that all assets be frozen, other than those required to cover costs of living. This is important, because it prevents a spouse from attempting to burn through or transfer assets while the case is pending. Of course, your spouse may still try, but it is now a simple matter for me as your attorney to stop this from happening.

Sort Out Marital Property and Non-Marital Property

Sorting through what property is marital and what is non-marital can be complicated. As a general rule, if you had it prior to the marriage, it is non-marital. Otherwise, it is a marital asset. This can get complex quickly however. Certain assets may have characteristics of both marital and non-marital property, such as a house that was purchased prior to the marriage, but on which both spouses made payments during the marriage.

As an experienced lawyer, I can sort through the different kinds of property. I can also see that all property is properly valued, so that it is divided appropriately. I will work hard to see that the outcome of the property division process meets your needs.

Contact My Law Office for a Free 30 Minute Initial Consultation

For your convenience, I offer day, evening and weekend appointments. I promptly return phone calls and e-mails, even outside of normal business hours. I will be accessible to you from the start of your case to the finish. Contact me to schedule an appointment.


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