After a marriage is dissolved, the court will decide on…
Matrimonial Assets & Division
Matrimonial assets comprise of all assets acquired during the course of the marriage by one or both parties. They can sometimes include assets acquired before marriage if certain conditions are met, such as having been substantially improved during the marriage by one or both parties.
Disputes occur when deciding what should or should not be included in the marital pool of assets.
In our articles, we look at the issues concerning Financial and Non-Financial Contributions and common myths that have raised disputes when divorcing couples discuss their assets' division.
- factors influencing the division of assets
- financial and non-financial contributions in a marriage
- gifts in the Division of Matrimonial Assets
- division of assets in Single Income Marriages
- joint tenancy disputes
- interspousal gifts, and much more
The matrimonial home is usually the most important asset owned…
In deciding how to divide the matrimonial assets fairly between…
Under Section 112(2)(b), the court has a duty to take…
In the most ideal situation, parties will agree on what happens to the flat – whether one party should transfer his or her share to an eligible party together with other agreed terms, or whether the flat should be sold and the proceeds be divided in an agreed percentage between the parties.