Experienced Guidance In Dealing With Marital Property
Family law matters can be complex and complicated by emotions. It is the goal of an experienced family law attorney to guide clients through the legal process with the fewest possible disruptions and disputes. Our clients trust our depth of family law legal knowledge as well as the diverse history of our lawyers.
At Amendola Doty & Brumley, PLLC, our Coeur d’Alene premarital and property settlement agreement attorneys have more than 75 years of combined experience handling a wide range of cases for clients throughout Idaho.
- Premarital agreements: Premarital and prenuptial agreements (or prenups) can be a valuable aid for couples preparing for marriage. This document can be used to clarify and organize all of the assets that each party brings to the marriage. Assets such as retirement accounts, homes, cars, antique collections and stocks can be listed on a premarital agreement. This document can also be used to accurately identify nonmarital assets in the event of a divorce.
- Property settlement agreements: A property settlement agreement is developed during a divorce proceeding. This agreement is a compromise between both parties regarding the equitable split of both assets and debts. Often, a premarital agreement is used to identify nonmarital assets — assets that do not need to be split. The remaining time in divorce mediation, then, can be spent focusing on dividing marital assets.
- Spousal support: Spousal support, spousal maintenance or alimony is money paid from one party in the divorce to another party. Several factors can be used in determining the amount and duration of spousal support, such as the length of the marriage, the fidelity of the spouses, the custody arrangement and any financial sacrifices that one spouse made during the course of the marriage.
These factors can seem complex, but an experienced attorney can efficiently guide you through each of these stages. Whether you are preparing a premarital agreement prior to your marriage, or you are attempting to divide your assets and debts during a divorce, our firm can help.
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