It's not always easy to divide your property, especially when there is plenty of it. When there are many different things to consider in your property division agreement, it can seem like it's never-ending. The good news is that there are easy steps you can take to identify all assets, have them appraised and then move on to divide them fairly.
Hawaii is not a community property state, which may be good news for you if you're the one who invested the most money into your marriage. You'll be able to argue for a fair share of your marital property, not just an equal split like in community property states.