One of the most controversial and debatable discussions to take place during a divorce proceeding is that of property division. During divorce, both parties want to ensure they are not left with less than they deserve, which is why property division can be such a contentious issue.
In the state of Georgia, any property acquired during the marriage is to be divided equitably once the marriage ends. Equitable distribution is the fair division of marital assets, but that does not mean these assets or properties are divided equally. However, any gifts or inheritances are cannot be touched through the process of property division as they are not considered community property.
The following factors are considered when distributing property equitably, including but not limited to:
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