Property Division

Property Division in an Isabella County Divorce

Dividing property in a divorce can be difficult and confusing. Will you have to sell your home? Who gets the car in your divorce? What about debts such as medical bills or credit card debt?

At the Law Office of James D. Veldhuis, P.C., we can answer your questions about property division in a divorce and help you understand your options. Since 1983, lawyer James D. Veldhuis has helped clients in central Michigan through the divorce process.

To learn more about how we can help you with property division in your divorce, contact an Isabella County attorney at our office for a free initial telephone consultation.

Mt. Pleasant Attorney Helping Divide Marital Assets and Debts

During a divorce in Michigan, all marital property is divided equitably. This means that marital property will not necessarily be divided 50-50. Instead, the court will look for a division that is fair and just.

Marital property includes assets and debts you accumulated during your marriage, including:

  • Financial accounts, retirement funds and savings
  • Cars, boats and other vehicles
  • Real estate, including your family home and vacation property
  • Credit card debts and medical bills
  • Mortgages and other loans
  • Ownership interests in closely held companies and other investments

Dedicated to You and Your Goals

Attorney James D. Veldhuis will work directly with you to understand your situation, your needs and your goals. He is a skilled negotiator who will work diligently to secure a divorce settlement that provides you with a fair and equitable share of your marital property. Where settlement is not possible, he will protect your interests in court.

Contact our Mt. Pleasant law firm today for a free initial telephone consultation.