Divide Marital Property On Your Terms

Once you've made the decision to end your marriage, the next step is to sort out logistical issues such as the division of marital property. This is one of the more complex aspects of any divorce — it can take a lot of careful accounting to accurately assess various assets' value, and this all happens at a time when emotions are likely running high.

At David Butts Law Firm, we offer a cool head and a steady hand to help you navigate this difficult time. As your attorney, David Butts will aggressively advocate for a division of assets that reflects your interests. Our goal to help you start the next chapter of your life on firm financial footing.

Know The Difference Between Marital Property And Separate Property

One of the most important questions in the property division process is determining which assets are considered marital property and which are separate property. Basically, marital property is just about anything you and your spouse purchased while married. Separate property includes certain exempted assets such as inheritance, some gifts and, in some cases, 401(k)s. Anything you owned prior to your marriage is also considered separate property.

Mississippi is an "equitable distribution" state, meaning that the courts will use several variables to determine what distribution is fair to both parties. This determination can vary greatly, so it's important to have a lawyer on your side to advocate for you during this period.

Hire An Experienced Lawyer To Resolve Your Matter Competently

Divorce is too stressful and too important to approach with half-measures. When you're selecting an attorney, you want to hire somebody who has decades of experience in family law, with a focus on helping men like you.

When you come to our Tupelo office for a free initial consultation, we will analyze the details of your situation and design a legal strategy tailored to your specific needs. To schedule a meeting, call us at 662-269-5451 or send us an email.