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Preserving and Protecting Property During a Divorce

In Separation & Divorce by Elizabeth Stephenson

When married couples separate in a manner that isn’t amicable, the emotions and tension underlying the separation often rears its head when it comes to settling the issue of property division. In fact, this time has a great potential for volatility and poor decision-making, in which some spouses choose to conceal, steal, destroy, or dispose of property in order to punish the other spouse. This is why if you decide to separate, your first decision should be to call an experienced family law attorney. At New Direction Family Law, we understand the unpredictable nature of separations and divorce and seek to quickly and effectively protect our clients’ interests. Seeking Injunctive Relief When a married person separates, they are entitled to file an equitable distribution claim to seek action from the …