You will need to either work out an agreement on how your property is to be divided or argue about it at a trial. Courts prefer that the parties work things out for themselves, and some times require a mandatory mediation, which means meeting with a neutral third party who will help you resolve conflicts over who gets what.
If the parties can’t agree on a way to divide their property, the court will decide. Court takes various factors into account when deciding who gets what, for example Matrimonial Property, inherited property etc.
At Samra Law Office, we make sure that our clients get fare share of their property and other financial assets.