A Divorce Will Affect Your Property
Your family is the most important factor during a divorce. But focusing on the importance of the well-being of your children and their care can take time from many of the other things that the divorce will affect.
At Aiello and Associates, we offer a comprehensive defense of your property and assets during settlement proceedings. We can help you define what property is considered marital by law and what may qualify as your separate property. Depending on the facts of the case, we can also help you identify some property that you may not be required to divide with your spouse.
In addition, we can handle issues related to existing property settlements. The discovery of new information or assets can often mean the need to reassess property settlements or even re-open your case.
What You Should Know About Property Division And Domicile
Many people do not know that a divorce can change where you are allowed to live. As experienced family law attorneys, we can explain that a proposed move of over 100 miles or out of state by a parent with the child(ren) is known as a change of domicile and must be executed within the law. A preexisting order regarding custody or parenting time will restrict such a change without a court order or consent of the other parent. Before granting a change of domicile, the courts will consider many factors, such as:
- Whether the move will improve the quality of life for both the child(ren) and parent
- How parenting time has been handled in the past between the parties and whether a move may be used to intentionally deter parenting time
- Whether the relationship can be preserved between the parent and child(ren)
Contact The Firm Today For Help
Exercising parenting time long distance often becomes complicated and expensive, and without compromise, the situation can quickly become contentious between the parents. Our skilled attorneys can guide you through this process and ensure that your child(ren)’s best interests are the first priority.
To speak with a member of our team, call our Warren office at 586-250-5527 or send us a message today. Let us help you put the law on your side.