Divorce and Furniture
When financially stable couples marry, often one of the first major purchases they make is buying a house where they will build their life together. Typically, moving into a new house and making it home will involve the additional purchasing of furniture and another décor that couples choose together to inject their own tastes and sensibilities into a property. In the case of divorce, it is natural for each individual to want to keep certain pieces of furniture which they enjoy or regard as particularly special.
It may be impossible for spouses to come to an agreement about the division of furniture or decorative assets, and if this is your situation, it is advisable to speak with an experienced attorney. Contact the San Marcos divorce property division lawyers of Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP, at (760) 757-6854 today.
Determining the Assignment of Furniture after a Divorce
Often the most contentious and lengthy portion of divorce proceedings is that which is concerned with the division of joint property. Furniture can be worth thousands of dollars and each spouse may want to take certain pieces with them. A lawyer can help you consider the following:
- How much the furniture is worth
- What pieces each spouse is interested in taking
- The circumstances of the furniture’s initial purchase
- Each spouse’s future plans for the furniture
This can be a difficult and sensitive topic so contact a divorce attorney today to help you to ensure that your interests are properly represented.
Speak with a San Marcos Divorce Lawyer
If you or a loved one is involved in family law litigation or a divorce case with child support, custody, or visitation issues, and need legal representation, don’t hesitate to contact the Fischer & Van Thiel Family Law Firm of San Marcos at (760) 757-6854 today to get solid legal advice and a professional divorce property division lawyer consultation.