North Carolina is an equitable distribution state, which means that all marital property — including real estate — is divided equitably between the spouses. The division of real estate can impact your finances, your living situation and your investments, so it’s critical to work with an experienced attorney throughout the process.
Attorney J. Randal Hunter has been providing counsel in family law matters for more than 30 years, and our two certified paralegals also have more than 30 years of combined experience working with Mr. Hunter. We work together to help ensure that our clients’ rights and best interests are protected, while they receive the prompt, personalized counsel they need.
Creating A Comprehensive Picture Of Your Estate
When we work with clients to divide complex real estate, we have the big picture in mind. Generally, our clients’ best interests are most effectively served if we can balance the property interests to avoid tax penalties and buyouts. We work with valuation experts to have all real estate property appraised, including:
- Primary residence
- Vacation homes
- Investment property
- Commercial real estate