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Alimony & Asset Division

Alimony & Asset Division

In determining if a spouse is entitled to alimony, the Family Court will take into consideration thirteen different factors. While the length of marriage is important, it is not a determinative factor. Myrtle Beach Divorce Attorney Regina Ward knows all the factors and can help evaluate your case to see if you or your spouse would qualify for alimony. Further, there are a number of different ways the Family Court will determine the appropriate amount of alimony.

Call Myrtle Beach Divorce Attorney Regina Ward today to schedule a low cost consultation to find out if you could be responsible for paying alimony or if you would qualify to receive alimony.

When it is all said and done, what type of position will you be in personally and financially? The process is called Equitable Distribution and is the division of marital assets and debts. All assets and debts acquired during the marriage are presumed to be marital property. Non-marital property will generally be excluded from division but sometimes it may be included but this will depend upon various factors. The division of marital property can become a complex matter and you should always consult an attorney regarding questions about property in divorces.

Call Myrtle Beach Divorce Attorney Regina Ward today to schedule a low cost consultation to find out your legal rights regarding the division of assets.