Rochester, New York, Divorce and Family Law Lawyer

Law Office of Alexander Korotkin, Esq.

Equitable Distribution

New York state follows the laws of equitable distribution in divorce cases. This means that judges divide property based upon what is considered to be fair, not necessarily what is equal. If you want to receive what the law owes you, then you will need an experienced attorney to promote your best interests during this process.

At the Law Office of Alexander Korotkin, Esq., I aggressively advocate on behalf of my clients in Monroe County and the surrounding counties. We  customize our approach based on your unique circumstances.

I use my substantial legal experience and understanding of the state’s Domestic Relations Law to secure favorable terms when property and assets are divided. It is my goal to put you in a position to succeed after divorce.

As a result, when we meet, I will address a variety of property and asset concerns you may have, including:

  • Distribution of valuable assets and significant wealth
  • Business holdings and assets
  • Investment accounts and long-term savings
  • Retirement account and qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs)
  • Complex property distribution
  • Military pay, health care and retirement benefits

All of the assets must be declared and valued. The marital property is included in the divorce, while separate property goes directly to the person who purchased it. Discussions on asset and property division not only involve equity but also debt. We can evaluate your family’s assets and liabilities so that you understand your obligations. When you are well-informed, you can make the best long-term decisions.

Schedule a free equitable distribution consultation with Rochester, New York, divorce attorney, Alexander Korotkin, Esq. by contacting us at:

Telephone (585) 662-4180
Fax (585) 502-1481