Property equalization can be challenging in a marriage or after a divorce. It can lead to heated discussions, which end up in court.
Equalization can create stress and uncertainty for both spouses during divorce. Equalization can be frustrating and expensive for both spouses. It's even more stressful when children are involved. That’s where a family attorney comes into play.
If you and your spouse are not on the same page regarding equalization of property, you will need a lawyer to resolve the dispute. Dhindsa Law will be happy to help you and work on your behalf.
Navdeep Dhindsa- the founder and sole lawyer at Dhindsa Law, can handle any family matter, including equalization of property. Mr. Dhindsa is helping clients with family matters form the start of his career.
He will help you get back on track quickly and efficiently by helping you with legal services. When a family crisis strikes you, you don't need to go through this alone because we're here for you every step of the way!
Equalization is often confused with equal division of family property which happens in a divorce when one spouse keeps everything, and the other gets nothing. It’s only one of many factors judges consider when deciding family law issues.
Legal representation is required by law to ensure that everyone's rights are upheld throughout the Equalization of the Property process. Equalization of property usually means “matrimonial property',” which refers to all assets and liabilities acquired during the marriage, including gifts and inheritances.
Equalization of property can include anything from houses, land to bank accounts, motor vehicles used for business purposes, and even personal effects like household goods and furniture.
Most couples agree on the Equalization of Property. But in some cases, it can be a long-drawn-out process, especially if there are unresolved issues. Equalization of property can also be complex if one or more of the following applies:
Equalization of property hearings can be complex and time-consuming. It would take an attorney to make the proceedings as simple and efficient as possible.
Even if both parties have agreed on the terms, you will still need a lawyer. Your attorney will be able to determine the result by examining all relevant facts and figures involved in the process.
To discuss your matter, reach out to Navdeep Dhindsa. We will schedule an appointment with a lawyer. You can request a consultation online by leaving us a message.