North Carolina Board-Certified Family Law Specialist
Divorce affects significant financial interests, which is why it is important to have a lawyer you trust to protect those interests. Attorney J. Randal Hunter has been helping people with their family law matters for more than 30 years. Our certified paralegals and staff have more than 30 years of combined experience working with Mr. Hunter. By working together, we ensure that our clients stay informed, and we deliver efficient, effective representation.
North Carolina Division Of Assets
North Carolina is an equitable distribution state, which means that the court will divide marital property equitably. Generally, the courts split marital property equally, but there could be compelling reasons to divide the property differently. For instance, if one of the parties has substantial separate property, the children will live with one parent in the marital residence or one party is disabled, the court could adjust the distribution to reflect those circumstances.
Not all property owned by the couple is marital property. Property that one spouse had before the marriage, gifts and inheritances are all separate property. We help our clients address complex property division matters, including:
- Dividing a family business during divorce
- Division of real estate
- Disagreements about property division
High Net Worth Divorce
When one or both spouses have significant assets, it is especially important to work with a family law attorney with extensive experience in high-asset divorce. High net worth divorces often involve complex financial and real estate issues. Mr. Hunter has the experience and the knowledge to recognize tax, real estate and bankruptcy implications during the division of assets in divorce. This knowledge enables him to more efficiently resolve property distribution matters.
Accessible Staff Dedicated To Serving Our Clients
Our lawyer and staff are committed to delivering up-to-date information on your case. Especially in high net worth divorces, the discovery process can seem daunting. Our firm will assign a certified paralegal to your case. If you have any questions or concerns, we promptly return your calls with the information you need. When you come to our office, you meet with our attorney and the paralegal assigned to your case.
Contact Our Havelock Asset Distribution Attorney
If you need assistance with property distribution in a divorce, we encourage you to call our office. Contact us online or call us at 252-654-0169 to schedule a consultation with our New Bern property division attorney.