How Does Division Of Assets Work In Georgia?

Last updated on February 8, 2021

In Georgia, property is divided by the equitable division of assets. In order to do that, property must first be classified as “separate” or “marital.” Only marital property is subject to division. In this case, a judge decides what is fair for each partner to get during the divorce instead of simply dividing everything in half. There are many factors that can affect how property is divided.

At D. Charles Fulcher, Attorney at Law, LLC, we are experienced in litigation, which means we are ready to fight in court if necessary to get you the best possible outcome. We are fully equipped to help divorcing couples simple and complex marital assets, including but not limited to:

  • Real property
  • Personal property
  • Retirement accounts
  • Pensions
  • 401(k)s
  • Bank accounts
  • Cars
  • Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs), which determine how retirement savings may be distributed

Work With A Team Who Cares And Will Get The Job Done

At D. Charles Fulcher, Attorney at Law, LLC, we want our clients to get the fair and equitable distribution they deserve because we care about our clients and their financial futures after divorce. If you would like to speak with our experienced family law attorney, call 706-314-8068 or contact us online to schedule a consultation.