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The division of marital property in a divorce can quickly become complicated. Most clients are surprised to learn that assets are not automatically divided in half in Kentucky. As such, it's important to have an experienced advocate who understands the complexities of the law and how to apply it to your specific situation.
Attorney Louis P. Winner has extensive experience handling property division cases for clients in Louisville and the surrounding areas. In his years as a trial lawyer, he has built a reputation for effectively protecting his clients' interests in property matters. You need the right Louisville divorce attorney on your side throughout this process. Don’t hesitate to contact Louis P. Winner for elite representation.
The division of property is governed by Kentucky law KRS 403.190. This statute explains how property is to be divided between spouses in a divorce, and lays out which factors should be considered “relevant” for property division. It is noted that fault in the divorce or “marital misconduct” should NOT be considered in the process of dividing property.
This statute also discusses the meaning of “marital property,” which is defined as all of the property acquired during the course of the marriage with a few exceptions. Property acquired during the marriage is assumed to be marital property unless proven otherwise.
After reviewing their particular situations, Attorney Winner provides clients with sound counsel on what "just proportions" may look like in their unique cases. Where necessary, he also utilizes the appropriate experts to ascertain proper business valuation and the valuation of other assets, to discover hidden assets and to otherwise uphold the equitable distribution of all marital property. We encourage you to learn more about your case by contacting our office.
Contact a Louisville property division lawyer to discuss how to protect your interests in marital property division:. Call (502) 812-1889 for a consultation.