Fredericksburg Property Division Attorneys

Spotsylvania County Lawyers — Equitable Division of Assets

Division of a family's income and assets can be difficult, whether you have significant wealth, are a young couple or even when it seems like all you have is debt. If you are facing divorce, you want an experienced attorney who can help you navigate the difficult process of asset division.

At Jarrell, Hicks & Waldman, PC, we focus on the important issues involved with asset division in a divorce, and we endeavor to understand the unique facts of your case. Our attorneys will develop a strategy and propose long-term solution to protect your rights and interests.

Call 540-642-0489 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Fredericksburg property division lawyer.

Protecting Your Assets After Divorce

Any property that either spouse acquired during the marriage, which does not fall under one of the separate property or hybrid property exceptions, is considered to be marital property. Marital property is considered to be owned by both spouses, and must be divided "equitably" between the parties. Virginia's divorce statutes call for an "equitable" distribution of marital assets and property between each party. This does not mean the courts split the property down the middle or 50/50. Rather, they try to divide the assets up in a way that is fair to each party.

Even when a divorce is uncontested, you may find yourself in a complex dispute involving property interests. Our equitable distribution of assets lawyers assist clients through the process of inventory and valuation of assets and identification of marital assets. They work aggressively to help ensure that you receive the best possible result in your divorce case.

We are experienced in the equitable division of assets, including:

Attorneys Handling Complex Asset Evaluation

Our family law attorneys are experienced in obtaining detailed asset valuation that includes accountings of debt, property, bank accounts, interests and any other property shared by a married couple. Our experience, knowledge and resources allow us to represent our clients confidently and, where appropriate, avoid litigation by negotiating from a position of strength. We will work with you to locate hidden assets, protect your property and prepare necessary evidence to seek your requested distribution assets.

Contact Our Family Law Firm

We are conveniently located across from the Spotsylvania County Courthouse. For an initial consultation, call the Fredericksburg property division lawyers at Jarrell, Hicks & Waldman, PC, at 540-642-0489 or contact our divorce lawyers by e-mail.