Frequently Asked Questions
Court can divide assets obtained during marriage by joint efforts of the spouses. In dividing the assets, the Court would consider the followings:
- Contribution by either spouse in money, assets or work;
- Debts of a spouse for the benefit of both parties; and
- Needs of young children.
It's depends.The court would consider non-monetary contributions by either parties while dividing the assets between the parties.
It depends. Assets owned before marriage by one spouse and substantially improved during the marriage by the other spouse can be subjected to division.
You should consult a lawyer. Your lawyer will assess the details of the assets purchase and advise you accordingly.