Address these property division questions early on
Just because you are going through divorce does not mean you can sit back and feel bad about your situation. There is no denying the fact that you will look at the past and wonder what went wrong, but now is also a good time to look at the future.
Here is something to consider: you need to learn as much as possible about the property division process. When you do this, you will better understand what to expect and how your situation will be impacted.
Here are some of the most important property division questions to address:
— Who is going to get the family home?
— How much money do you have left on the mortgage? Is your home paid off in full?
— How many vehicles do you own together with your soon to be former spouse? Are these paid off or is there a loan balance?
— Have you made a list of all the assets you jointly own?
— Have you made a list of all the assets you brought into the marriage?
Some of these questions are simple to answer, but others will require much more attention and time. Either way, you need to understand your situation and how you can make it better.
Property division is one part of the divorce process that can lead to serious disagreements. You should be prepared for this, as it will help you save time and reduce stress. Addressing this concern early on is one of the best things you can do, as you want to get past this challenge sooner rather than later.