Ensuring An Equitable Division Of Assets
In many contested divorce matters, the most important issues involve the division of marital property. In Pennsylvania, this process is called equitable distribution of marital property. No matter how simple or complex your assets may seem, you can benefit from the advice and counsel of an experienced divorce attorney.
At Palange, Endres & Marks, P.C., we represent clients for a wide range of matters during a divorce, including asset division issues. We will meet with you to help determine what is marital and nonmarital property and then estimate the value of your assets and liabilities. Additionally, we will address any questions and concerns you have, including those relating to staying in your home or what happens to retirement benefits and insurance policies.
We are ready to assist you with any level of asset and liability division. Contact us today to speak to an experienced Reading division of assets lawyer.
Wyomissing Property Division Attorneys
If divorcing parties are unable to amicably resolve the division of their assets and liabilities, the court will determine an equitable distribution based upon several factors, including:
- Length of the marriage
- Standard of living during the marriage
- Each party’s age, health status and income or earning capacity
- Economic circumstances of each party
- Child custody arrangements
- Tax ramifications of distribution of assets
These factors are guidelines that our attorneys also use to successfully negotiate and resolve divorces. If a court hearing becomes necessary, we are skilled at presenting complex issues of marital assets and liabilities and valuation of those assets to the court.
Contact us today at 610-674-0712 or toll free at 800-634-1983 to schedule an initial appointment. Or, if you prefer to send us an email, you may do so using our online form.