If you’re like the majority of couples in this country, you probably didn’t get married with the thought that you’d get divorced. Most people assume they will be married for life, however, these days that just isn’t the case. You see, just about half of the people who get married end up getting divorced, and not all divorces are friendly. Most of the time people divorce because they can’t get along, and if that happens to be the case with your marriage, you’re probably already realizing that dividing divorce property in Honolulu can be difficult.
Whether you came into the marriage with a lot of property or you acquired it throughout your marriage, dividing divorce property in Honolulu can be tricky. There are many factors that come into play, one of which is whether or not both spouses worked throughout the marriage. If you came into the marriage and you didn’t work at all, your spouse probably feels they deserve more of the property when it is divided than you do. At the same time, if you had children and you’re a stay at home spouse, you may feel that your work in raising the family entitles you to a larger share of the marital property.
Regardless of your situation, it can be difficult for spouses who are in the midst of a divorce to agree on how to divide their property. That’s where an experienced attorney, like Steve Cedillos, can come in handy. Mr. Cedillos has years of experience in helping couples when it comes to dividing divorce property in Honolulu. As an excellent mediator, Mr. Cedillos can help calm inflamed situations and assist couples take care of property division situations in a much easier manner. So give the Cedillos law office a call at 808-536-5242 and let our experienced staff get the process rolling for you. You’ll soon find out that an attorney with experience in property division can make your life quite a bit easier.