Date of Separation in a Louisville Divorce

What is the Date of Separation in a Louisville Divorce and Why is it Important?

What is the date of separation in a Louisville divorce and why is it important in your divorce? The date of separation establishes the date your income and assets become “separate property” from the marital property. This will impact the distribution of the marital property and potentially child and maintenance. The date of separation marks a point in time after …

Marital Property or Separate Property

Marital Property or Separate Property in Your Divorce?

What is the difference between marital property or separate property in your divorce? Why is the “date of separation” such an important issue in your Jefferson County or Louisville divorce? When a couple divorces in Louisville, their assets and debts (or liabilities) must be carefully accounted and appropriately divided. The property, assets, retirement accounts and investments which they acquired or …

Keep Separate Property Separate from Marital Property

Keep separate property separate from marital property during a Louisville divorce

What is “separate property” in a Louisville divorce and how can you ensure to keep separate property separate from marital property during a Louisville divorce? The way you manage your separate property and conduct your affairs immediately leading up to and during the course of your divorce can make a difference in how much of the separate property you may …