This How to divide property in divorce video provides a detailed explanation of property division and Michigan divorce law in an easy to understand format.
Under Michigan law, property consists of both assets and liabilities. The core focus to divide in divorce is on property (assets and liabilities) acquired during the course of the marriage. This property is called marital property. Property acquired before marriage and after marriage is generally called separate property. The How to divide property in divorce video explores the concepts of marital and separate property along with the exceptions to the general rule regarding dividing property. We not only explore what property is divided in divorce we also address how property is divided. Negotiation techniques are also explored.
After marital and separate property is determined, the court must apply the Sparks v. Sparks factors in deciding how to divide marital property. This How to divide property in divorce video examines each of the 9 Sparks factors so you can understand how to divide property in divorce. We also apply strategies for maximizing the marital estate as it applies to your situation.
The How to divide marital property in divorce video is part of the Michigan Divorce Education Series by Findling Law. Since inception, some of our videos have exceeded 100,000 views. As set forth above, our most recent contribution to the series is the newly updated video .
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By: Daniel Findling