Dividing Real Estate And Other Assets In Indiana

When spouses divorce, there are many concerns on each individual’s mind. Your future and your time with your children are two of the top issues. But another major concern for both parties is the appropriate division of all assets.

Among other things, the court takes into consideration:

  • Each spouse’s income and projected income
  • The length of the marriage
  • Any needs of the children

Items that can be divided during a divorce include, but are not limited to:

  • Real estate
  • Stock and investments
  • Business ventures
  • Retirement plans
  • Vehicles and luxury items

Protecting Your Rights In Asset Division

I am Cindy L. Kenworthy. I have been representing individuals in divorce and family law problems for more than 30 years. While working with me, I can help you develop a thorough checklist of assets, making sure that all information is legally and accurately reported from both parties. Often, individuals forget or neglect to disclose certain items when listing their assets. My goal is to make sure that we find all undisclosed items and that they are distributed fairly.

The first step to working with me is an initial consultation. We will walk you through the legal steps, guiding you through the process in a way that makes it easiest on you.

Learn More About How Cindy Can Help You

To schedule your initial consultation and get answers to your questions regarding property division in divorce and child custody, call Cindy L. Kenworthy, P.C., at 317-298-2525.