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Handing the Equitable Division of Assets and Debts in Divorce

Some states follow a "community property" principle that divides all marital assets 50-50. New York, however, is an "equitable distribution" state, which means all marital property is divided in a way that accurately reflects each party's contributions. The division of assets may not be 50-50, but it should be fair.

At The Law Office of Kelley M. Enderley, PC, we understand that property division is often one of the most stressful parts of both contested and uncontested divorce. During the handling of your case, our Poughkeepsie property division attorney will review your financial documents, refer to the law and take into account what you value most.

However, we do not simply take your paperwork and run with it. We recognize that no one understands your particular situation better than you do, so attorney Kelley M. Enderley will involve you in the process, taking the time to review documents with you on the phone or in person.

Our Hudson Valley law firm can assist you with the equitable division of all marital assets such as:

  • Houses or real estate (including refinancing, putting it on the market, etc.)
  • Cars, boats and recreational vehicles
  • Furniture, art collections and antiques
  • Pensions, IRAs, 401(k)s and other retirement funds
  • Bank accounts, stock and bonds
  • Closely held businesses
  • Hidden assets

Dividing Debts in a Fair and Sensible Way

In addition to dividing assets, many divorcing couples nowadays find themselves faced with the challenge of dividing significant debts. If your house is in danger of foreclosure, you or your spouse has accumulated thousands of dollars of joint credit card debt, or you have other financial concerns, we can help. The Law Office of Kelley M. Enderley, PC is here to clearly explain New York divorce and debt division laws and aid you in finding a workable solution to your unique situation.

Consult Our Dutchess County Divorce Attorney

To learn more about asset or debt division in a New York divorce, call our lawyer, Kelley M. Enderley, at (888) 991-3211 or contact her online to schedule a confidential consultation. Evening and weekend appointments are available by request.