Property Division

Equitable Distribution in New Hampshire

If you are going through a divorce, you will need to make some very important and decisions. One decision that can have a significant and long term impact on your life and future is that of property division. New Hampshire is an equitable distribution state. On this page, we offer basic information on New Hampshire property division. For further information and to know what to expect, we advise that you contact a New Hampshire lawyer from our firm.

During an initial consultation, we can discuss your case and what you should be able to expect.

Marital property can be distributed in an equitable manner during divorce. Marital property is the tangible and intangible property and assets that belongs either one or both parties. This property is accumulated during the marriage. An attorney from our firm can help you divide your marital property in a fair and just manner. If you are seeking the dissolution of a marriage, get the help you need from one of our attorneys at Shaheen & Gordon, P.A.

New Hampshire Divorce Attorneys Understand Property Division Laws

If the property is to be divided in an equitable manner, courts takes into consideration many factors. Courts try to make the distribution as equal as possible while still making sure that the following factors are considered:

  • The duration of the marriage
  • The Age, health and needs of each party
  • The opportunity of each for future property acquisition
  • The needs of the custodial parent to own the residence
  • The tax consequences to each party
  • The value of the property

No matter what your situation, one of our New Hampshire attorneys can be by your side to help you through your divorce. We understand that property division can be stressful and often aggravating. It is often one of the most contested and heated discussions that a divorcing couple can make. Our firm is available to help you through the process to avoid unnecessary frustrations.

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