Helping Men Obtain A Fair Share Of Property And Assets

For men, one of the most difficult aspects of divorce is property division. On top of the already frustrating circumstances involved in many divorce cases, the experience of having a judge divide the property you've worked so hard to acquire can be a stressful one. When facing divorce, it is important to protect your right to a fair share of the property.

You don't need to shell out everything in property division. Contact a female attorney who will aggressively stand up for your rights.

Husbands' Rights In Property Division

Men often feel they are facing an uphill battle in property division. Hiring a lawyer who understands your concerns — and who will be an aggressive advocate for your rights and interests — is a critical step toward attaining a positive outcome.

At Singler & Ritsert in Louisville, our property division attorney, Carrie Ritsert, helps fathers and husbands safeguard their wealth in divorce. She understands the unique concerns men face in property division proceedings as well as the importance of asset protection. She will work hard, both inside and outside the courtroom, to ensure that your rights and interests don't fall by the wayside.

Carrie Ritsert is a female family law attorney in Kentucky who proudly advocates for the rights of men in divorce and property division proceedings.

Protecting Men's Rights To Separate Property

Before a court even reaches property division, the first step is determining which property is subject to division. Generally, only marital property — that is, property acquired during the marriage — is divisible in divorce. Nonmarital or separate property includes assets acquired before the marriage or acquired by gift or inheritance.

For many husbands, retaining their right to separate property is a significant concern in property division. However, it can be difficult to prove which property is nonmarital, particularly if it was commingled with marital property. As a result, it is critical to consult with a family law attorney who is attuned to men's rights in property division to preserve your property to the fullest extent possible.

Contact A Jefferson County Division Of Marital Property Attorney

Call Singler & Ritsert at 502-694-5397 or toll free at 800-785-7641 for a free initial consultation with attorney Carrie Ritsert . All phone calls and emails are promptly returned. If necessary, weekend, evening and off-site visits can be arranged.