Boats And Illinois Divorce
Do you and/or your spouse have ownership interests in any boats or personal watercrafts, such as fishing boats, powerboats, yachts, jetskis, sea-doos, waverunners, motorized canoes, kayaks, paddleboats, catamarans, or pontoon boats? If so, the divorce process in Illinois will likely affect those boat or watercraft ownership interests.
If you are contemplating a divorce or if you have already been served, you may thinking some of the following questions regarding boat or watercraft ownership interests: Are the boats or watercrafts considered marital or non-marital property? How will the boats be appraised or valued? How will the Court divide the ownership interests in the boats if they are classified as marital property? Which party will be responsible for all the expenses and costs associated with the boats or watercrafts after the divorce?
Barrington divorce attorney Blake Austin Culver at Richard W. Culver, Ltd. can help provide answers to your questions regarding boat or watercraft ownership interests, and Blake can examine your specific situation. Divorce is complicated with significant legal and financial implications. It is wise to seek the counsel of a skilled complex property division attorney regarding boat or watercraft ownership interests.Contact a Divorce Lawyer at Richard W. Culver, Ltd. in Barrington, Illinois
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