Flint, Michigan, Property Division Lawyer

All divorcing couples, regardless of social status, have a long list of details to sort out in the process of marital dissolution. The earlier in the process that you have the advice of an experienced divorce attorney, the more confidence you will be able to have that you are taking actions and making decisions that are likely to be in your favor in the long term.

The law firm of Charles D. Riley, Attorney at Law, in Flint, Michigan, is one of the few law firms in the area that offers initial consultations in all practice areas, including family law.

Call 810-344-4177 or email us to schedule a no-cost, no-obligation meeting with attorney Charles D. Riley to discuss property division and your Michigan divorce.

Property Division Representation Tailored to Your Income Level

Low-income individuals have vital concerns about their ability to survive economically as one household becomes two. Having a property division lawyer who will protect your rights may be critical for your future financial viability after a Michigan divorce settlement.

Middle-income couples may worry about the impact of a financial step-down on their children's self-esteem, social life and educational opportunities. In a volatile real estate market, keeping the house is now seen as a liability rather than a benefit for many middle-class people. With more than two decades of experience as a family law and divorce attorney, Charles D. Riley knows how to determine the most reasonable solutions to this common problem involving the marital home and divorce.

High-Asset Divorce and Marital Asset Protection

High-asset couples often face complex issues such as business ownership, timeshares and family vacation property that may impact business partners, property tenants and extended family members. Charles D. Riley has helped many clients deal with property division involving the following in a Michigan divorce:

  • Real estate
  • Vehicles
  • Bank accounts
  • Investments
  • Pensions and 401(k)s retirement accounts
  • QDROs, EDROs
  • Business valuation
  • Insurance questions, including COBRA and related matters
  • Spousal support/alimony

Contact a Flint Property Division Lawyer

Call 810-344-4177 or email Charles D. Riley, Attorney at Law, to discuss your rights and responsibilities with a divorce lawyer, including determination of separate and marital assets and splitting of debts and property in your Michigan divorce.