We advise you to examine the list of properties to be divided between the spouses, and we will help you find a legitimate solution and protect your interests.
The following property is to be divided:
⦁ Housing accommodation, summer house, gardens;
⦁ Land plots;
⦁ Cars, buses, etc.;
⦁ Savings, securities, deposits with banks and other financial institutions;
⦁ Insurance policy purchased from the family budget and insurance compensation;
⦁ Money, living space, transport, etc., burdened with legal or financial obligations;
⦁ Household items purchased during marriage (appliances, electronics, furniture, etc.)
⦁ Everything that was purchased as a professional tool, even if it was bought by one of the former couple (medical equipment, etc.);
⦁ Valuables (jewelry), antiques and spiritual education (books).
The separate property of each spouse is distributed to the spouse who owns it and is not divided. Separate property includes:
⦁ Property owned by just one spouse before the marriage
⦁ Property purchased by one of the spouses for his/her own money (which requires additional confirmation);
⦁ Property inherited by just one spouse;
⦁ Personal items, irrespective of the source of the purchase;
⦁ Rewards for certain merits and distinctions (cash prizes, gifts, cups, etc.);
⦁ Money received as moral damage;
⦁ Insurance payments if the policy was bought with personal money;
⦁ Salary, pension and other personal benefits;
⦁ Winnings, fees, etc., unless a contract has been concluded in the interests of the family
In such a complex issue, you will definitely need a lawyer.