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Fairness With The Equitable Distribution Of Property

So many matters must be dealt with during divorce, and one of them is the equitable distribution of property. Divvying up assets accumulated during a marriage is necessary and time-consuming in determining who gets the home, motor vehicles, and retirement and bank accounts.

The equitable distribution of property can be straightforward when only a few joint investment accounts exist. But it can be complex in scenarios such as a marriage with a great amount of assets; situations where one spouse was self-employed; the couple operated a business together; or divorcing couples who married later in life. Meyer & Bowden, PLLC, is an experienced law firm that understands family law as well as the fine details related to equitable distribution of property. We will work with you in securing the property and assets you deserve.

Understanding The Assets That Belong To You

With more than 40 years of combined legal experience, our attorneys are ready to represent you. We will thoroughly study the assets accumulated during your marriage in determining just how much you rightfully deserve. Fairness is essential when dividing properties and assets such as:

  • The house
  • Motor vehicles
  • Real estate investments, land and vacation properties
  • Business interests
  • Retirement accounts such as 401(k) accounts, Roth IRAs, Traditional IRAs, TSP accounts, military, government and other pensions
  • Financial accounts and investments, including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, money markets, bank accounts and certificates of deposit

You accumulated these assets and property together. But now that you have parted, you deserve your fair share. We will do our best to help you obtain it, having guided numerous clients throughout Northern Virginia as well as the city of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford and Loudoun counties and surrounding areas.

Addressing The Complexity Of Property Division

The equitable distribution of property is not a simple matter. Complications abound, and this is why you need a reliable and effective family law attorney. The lawyers at Meyer & Bowden, PLLC, understand the complexities of property division and can assist you whether you are a business owner, are self-employed, are a stay-at-home parent or are someone who married later in life. Our legal rates are reasonable, so please request a consultation today.

We represent clients throughout Northern Virginia as well as the city of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford and Loudoun counties, and surrounding areas.