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We Can Help You Navigate Complex Property Division Matters

A divorce can be a difficult and emotional experience. You have spent time building a life together, and dividing those belongings and assets can be hard to do without legal guidance and advice.

At Todd & Dossett, P.C., Kingsport property division attorney Stephen Todd can help you divide assets and debts during a divorce. He has represented clients in eastern Tennessee for more than 30 years in family law matters. To speak with Mr. Todd about your divorce, call us at 866-936-9863.

Understanding How Property Is Divided In Tennessee Divorces

Under Tennessee law, the assets and debts you acquired during your marriage will be divided equitably in your divorce. This can include:

  • Your home and other properties
  • Mortgages and debts
  • Personal property, including vehicles and antiques
  • Retirement assets, including 401(k) and pensions
  • Business interests
  • Bank accounts and investments
  • Credit card debt and personal loans

Equitable means a fair division, not necessarily a 50-50 split of your assets. The court will look at a number of factors to determine what is fair marital asset distribution in your divorce, such as the length of your marriage as well as the employability of each spouse. We can help you determine the value of your assets in order to pursue a division that meets your needs now and into the future.

Consult With Our Experienced Family Law Attorney

Divorce lawyer Stephen Todd is skilled at evaluating assets and debts. He can help you pursue an equitable division of your marital property through negotiations or, when necessary, in the courtroom. To arrange a consultation to discuss your options, contact Todd & Dossett, P.C., at 866-936-9863 or use our online contact form.