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New Bern Marital Property Division Lawyer

When the end of a marriage becomes a reality, many individuals fear the disputes that will arise surrounding the division of assets, debts and real property. It is the goal of an experienced New Bern marital property division attorney to guide you through the legal process to a swift and fair conclusion.

As a knowledgeable family law attorney, I have helped numerous clients face even the most challenging family law matters. It can be particularly challenging to examine marital property and determine an equitable division. In this context, equitable does not mean "equal" — it means "fair." By working with CPAs, business valuation experts and other professionals, we will be able to negotiate an equitable split through mediation and litigation.

Craven County Marital Asset Distribution Attorney

A property settlement will include both assets and debts, but will not include certain items such as:

  • Assets or property that was inherited
  • Assets or property that was received as a gift
  • Assets or property that was brought into the marriage, clearly defined by a prenuptial agreement

At the law office of Daniel E. Potter, P.C., I understand that these issues can carry a serious emotional component. It is my goal, as a skilled North Carolina lawyer, to guide you through these issues in the most professional, efficient manner possible. Schedule a consultation to discuss your specific matter in more detail.

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Located in New Bern, my offices are open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. or by appointment. I accept all major credit cards as payment, as well as in-state checks, money orders and cash. If you have questions regarding the division of marital property, contact me today for more information.

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Daniel E. Potter, P.C.
2129 South Glenburnie Road, Suite 13,
New Bern, NC 28562
Toll Free: 800-768-1789
Fax: 252-636-0586
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