Brackin & Johnson Law Firm

150 West Section Avenue

Foley, Al 36535


455 Magnolia Avenue

Fairhope, AL 36532


Divorce Division of Property

Division of Marital Property in a Baldwin County Divorce

Who gets the vehicles? Who gets the house? How should a family business be divided? Has your spouse hidden assets? These are all important questions that must be explored and answered in the property division portion of a divorce.

Complex Family Law Financial Issues

Alabama is a non-community property state where marital assets are not necessarily split down the middle. This gives divorcing couples and their attorneys the freedom to negotiate property division.

At Brackin, McGriff & Johnson, in Baldwin County Alabama, our divorce lawyers have decades of experience helping clients achieve their goals in property division.

Analyzing Your Combined Assets in a Divorce Case

We begin with an analysis of all of your assets and debts. Gather copies of your tax returns, and statements from your bank accounts, investments, pensions, 401Ks, mortgage, credit card debt and other loans.

When necessary, we will bring in a forensic accountant or a forensic computer expert.

Marital Property or Separate Property?

Our attorneys will identify which assets are marital assets and which are separate property. In general, anything that was inherited or received as a gift during the marriage is considered separate property as long as it was kept apart from marital assets and not used for the benefit of the household.

Baldwin County Divorce Attorney - Foley Family Law Lawyer

At the law office of Brackin and Johnson, we represent clients throughout the Gulf Coast region of Alabama, including those in Robertsdale, Foley, Daphne, Spanish Fort, Mobile, Summerdale, Bay Minette,

No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.

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