How Do You Divide Property In A Divorce?

When you decide to move forward with a divorce, there are many complex issues that need to be settled including how to divide up all of the property that you and your spouse have shared. This may include furniture, collectables, china, computers, home office equipment, jewelry, clothing, cars, boats and any other personal property that has been shared. This is in addition to financial assets, real estate and debt that you share. You may assume the only way to divide this up fairly is to enlist the support of lawyers and the court system. While that is one path you can follow, mediation is also a very effective tool for helping you and your divorcing spouse divide property equitably and with minimal conflict. If you live in the Burnsville, MN area, AMS Mediation can help with this.

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Property Division Divorce Mediator

Have you started thinking about your divorce and wondered “who gets what?” You’re not alone – not even close. One of the most complicated element of divorce is the division of property, and it can be one of the most stressful, challenging, conflict-fueled, and time-consuming aspects of any divorce agreement. So how can you avoid the conflict of dividing marital property? At Amber M. Serwat Mediation, we recommend divorcing couples seek the help of a divorce mediator to help formulate the fairest and simplest division of property agreement possible. Our Burnsville, MN divorce mediator is a property division expert, helping divorcing couples understand the ins and outs of property division to make divorce as painless and quick as possible.

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Dividing Property in a Divorce

When you’re going through a divorce, it can be a confusing time in your life. Between coming to terms with the changes in your life to accepting your emotional response to all of the challenges being thrown your way, divorces are taxing in more ways than one. When you add to all of your personal struggles the need to determine an equitable division of property in a divorce, it can seem absolutely impossible to come to a fair agreement. That’s why at AMS Mediation, our Burnsville, MN divorce mediators want to help you experience as simple a divorce as possible by providing mediation services to help you determine the best property division settlement for your divorce. By simply looking over your past expenses with your spouse, including all marital property, we can help you come to a quick agreement regarding division of property.

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Eagan Divorce Mediation

When you’re beginning the divorce process, especially if your divorce is filled with conflict, it might seem natural to pursue a divorce in court. Whether you want to stand in front of a judge to plead your case or not, though, it’s important to think of the benefits of divorce mediation as an alternative to the traditional lengthy legal process. Taking a divorce to court means you’ll have to go through a drawn-out, emotionally painful process that only creates more conflict. To avoid the time, money, and stress of an in-court divorce, use the Eagan, MN divorce mediation services available at Amber M. Serwat Mediation. We’ll make sure that you avoid a courtroom divorce by walking you through the steps of a divorce and ensuring that you and your spouse come to terms with a legally equitable divorce settlement, which includes three components: property division, financial support, and parenting planning.

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How to Divide Property Following a Divorce

When you’re going through a divorce, one of the three components of a divorce settlement is the division of property, and this can be the most time-consuming element of divorce settlements if you and your spouse are heatedly debating property division. Most of the time, however, with a divorce mediator, you can see for yourself exactly how your marital property should be divided based on simple mathematical calculations. The numbers speak for themselves in property division agreements, as the fair distribution of property in most divorce cases is determined based on the amount of assets and debt each party has accrued during the marriage and splitting those equitably. To help move your divorce along and reach a speedy property division settlement quickly, contact a Burnsville divorce mediator at Amber M. Serwat Mediation.

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