When “ours” becomes his and hers

There comes a time in every divorce when ours becomes his and hers. Making sure that you receive your fair share of the marital property is important, but it’s also very important to ensure that you retain and regain the property you had before the marriage.

In this process, in the divorce case, you can clearly got to understand that what you acquired during the marriage is generally going to be considered marital. If you own something, however, before the marriage, you need to make sure that remains in your own name. Secondly, you must secure in your own name any inheritances or gifts from third parties, not your wife or a spouse, that you may have received.

Leaving the marriage with possessions and property you had to begin with may help you start over and rebuild your life. If you have decided to end your marriage, an experienced attorney can guide you through the process.

Upholding family rights and defending against injustices, the law firm of Charles D. Jamieson, P.A. can answer any questions you may have about divorce. They understand that it is an extremely sensitive and important issue, and they are there to assist you.