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Property Division

Your property divorce settlement will affect your ability to care for you and your family for years to come. For that reason, you need an attorney who will protect your rights and interests at every stage of the divorce process.

At Hicks & Lickert, we have extensive experience with all aspects of property division in divorce. Our clients range from people of relatively modest means to those with large marital estates or complex asset and debt issues. Whatever your situation, Hicks & Lickert will work diligently to protect your assets and obtain the best property settlement possible.

For a free consultation about a divorce or division of assets matter, contact our firm.

Carrol Ann Hicks was named to the list of Best Lawyers in Arkansas for 2011 by Arkansas Times.

Property Division in Divorce

Dividing property during the divorce process can present many challenges. First, property acquired before the marriage must be identified and valued, as must property acquired during the marriage (with the exception of certain items such as gifts and inheritances). The longer a marriage lasts, the more difficult this can become, as separate assets are transformed into marital assets.

Over the course their careers, Carrol Ann Hicks and Doug Lickert have handled numerous divorce cases — many of which have involved significant property issues. They have the experience, knowledge and resources needed to accurately identify and value marital property — and to negotiate fair property settlements for their clients.

Complex Property Division Cases

Hicks & Lickert has experience with more complex property division cases, such as those involving significant marital assets and business ownership. Arkansas law provides that there be an equitable distribution of property, which may or may not be an equal distribution of property. Tax issues and alimony considerations often come into play when determining an equitable property distribution. Doug Lickert is an attorney and CPA with a masters degree in business who has extensive experience auditing and valuing businesses. He will efficiently and effectively apply his unique financial skills to obtain fair or even favorable property settlements for his clients, which often eliminates the need for costly outside specialists. Hicks and Lickert will give your case the attention it deserves, and will strive to finalize your divorce as quickly, efficiently and cost effectively as possible.

Contact a North Little Rock Property Division Attorney

For a free initial consultation with an attorney, contact Hicks & Lickert.

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