One of the most controversial components of a divorce is the division of property. Determining who gets what can be a challenge for those who have shared property for a lifetime. Both New Hampshire and Massachusetts is considered to be equitable distribution states and the division of property is typically affected by how long the marriage existed, how much each spouse earns and the how employable the spouse might be, the way the parties conducted themselves through the marriage, the ability for each party to make future acquisitions of similar assets and the current liabilities of each, and the contribution to the household both as a homemaker and as an income earning component throughout the marriage. In addition to these factors, the court will also consider the well being of the children involved and who they will remain with after marriage.
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