Columbus Commingled Assets Attorneys
Separate Property & Marital Assets
Premarital, inherited, or gifted assets often become mixed or commingled with marital assets. During a marriage, separate funds are often used for the purchase of partially marital assets.
For instance, one spouse may take the proceeds from the sale of his or her premarital home and use them for the down payment on the new “marital” home. Afterward, one or both spouses may contribute to the monthly mortgage payments on the new home. During a divorce, a question may arise as to whether the spouse who put his or her premarital money into the new home can recover that money from the sale of the property (or must count that value in the calculation of marital assets) before splitting the remaining equity in the new home with his or her spouse.
Reach Out to Experienced Legal Counsel Today
If you are facing a divorce with serious issues regarding the disposition of commingled assets, an experienced Columbus attorney at the Law Offices of William L. Geary has the skills and detailed understanding of the law needed to act as a powerful advocate for your position.
We are experienced in cases that involve claims about separate or premarital assets and in working with clients on the tracing of funds and presentation of such evidence to the court. This can be particularly valuable if you are considering a second marriage. We offer the knowledgeable guidance you may need in order to avoid future challenges presented by commingled assets in a marriage through a carefully crafted prenuptial agreement.
Contact us today to schedule a frank discussion of your case with an experienced divorce and commingled assets attorney in Columbus.
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