FAIRFIELD COUNTY MARITAL PROPERTY DIVISION ATTORNEYS
Will Your Inheritance Be Part of the Property Division?
Generally, absent commingling, inherited and gifted property is considered the property of the recipient. Even in marriages of considerable length, one spouse maybe able to protect inherited property from equal distribution during a divorce property settlement.
If you are considering divorce in which inherited or gifted property is a property issue, talk to an attorney at our law firm. Our attorneys have been representing people of high net worth and estate holders in southwestern Connecticut for more than 50 combined years. We have a firm knowledge of case law regarding inherited and premarital property rights.
Not all property is divided equally. Even in a marriage of many years, if one spouse inherits assets from a family estate, it may be possible to retain it as separate property
Your Inheritance Is Your Family’s Legacy. We’ll Use the Law to Protect It
The laws regarding protecting an inheritance and premarital assets in property division settlements are complex and often confusing. Knowledge is power. We will fight to empower you to make the right decisions about protecting your financial interests and rights throughout property settlement negotiations or trial.
We have extensive experience in all areas of marital asset and property division, including:
- Protecting inherited and gifted assets
- Real estate property
- Business assets and family-owned businesses
- Protecting premarital assets as separate property
- Retirement assets and pension accounts
- Overseas assets
From our offices in Norwalk, Connecticut, our lawyers represent individuals in divorce and property division matters in communities throughout Fairfield County. Call us or contact us by e-mail for a complimentary initial consultation with an experienced family law attorney.