There is no other area of Family Law that allows the domestic lawyer to use his or her skills of creativity and persuasion more than in the area of equitable division. More appellate cases have been issued dealing with this principle of divorce than any other. Equitable division does not necessarily mean an equal division, but rather, a “fair” division. The following paper is intended to give the practitioner an overview of the equitable division, with an emphasis on recent cases, which will then be applied to the set of facts presented at this particular seminar.
If you would like to read more about equitable division, please view the document written by Kelly Anne Miles of Smith, Gilliam, Williams, & Miles, P.A.