PROTECTING THE FAMILY, MINIMIZING THE DAMAGE Asset Division Backed by 15+ years' experience, we provide innovative services to protect the family from damage and trauma as much as possible. When necessary, we aggressively protect our clients’ best interests in court.

Asset Division Lawyer in Columbia

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South Carolina is an equitable division state, meaning that our family courts must weigh several factors set out by statute to make a determination of how to divide marital assets and debts between the parties.

At Carrie A. Warner, Attorney at Law, our Columbia divorce attorneys are familiar with these factors, and how they are applied in the courtroom. When necessary, experts may be utilized to determine values of business interests, retirement plans, and real property to assist the court in valuing and dividing assets of the marriage. Making sure you move forward from your divorce with the assets you are entitled to is our goal.

Learn more about your case during a case evaluation.

Which Assets Can Be Divided?

Assets we commonly assist our clients with include:

  • Homes
  • Vehicles
  • Collections and jewelry
  • Family businesses
  • Accounts of deposit
  • Retirement accounts and investments
  • Other real estate

It is important to account for and value all assets earned or acquired during the marriage to ensure proper valuation and an ultimately satisfactory division to each spouse. In some cases, your spouse may have hidden assets or there may be a dispute on what is considered a marital asset. Our team can help you fight for the assets that you are entitled to, either through negotiations or in court.

Solution-Driven Representation for Clients

We strive to provide reasonable legal solutions to our clients so that they are able to move on from this significant event in their life in the best way possible. For more information about our approach and our experience, or to consult with a Columbia divorce lawyer to develop a plan to best suit your needs, do not hesitate to contact us for assistance.

You can call (803) 994-8171 or email us to schedule an appointment.

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