Howard County Complex Property Division Lawyers
At SIEGELLAW, our attorneys have the decades of experience necessary to help you secure the outcome you are seeking. Protecting your best interests during complex property division can help ensure that you come away from the marriage with the property and assets you deserve. We offer comprehensive representation that will look at how property division decisions will impact you going forward. Let us help you fight for what is yours.
Attorney Harry B. Siegel has been fighting for his clients for more than two decades. His leadership in the Maryland family law community is widely recognized. His prominence and skill can be a vital asset to helping you achieve your family law goals.
The Importance Of Having Legal Representation During Complex Property Division Matters
The division of a marital estate has the potential to engender deep conflict between the parties. This is especially true when substantial property or assets are part of the equation. When complex marital estates need to be divided, you need to do everything within your power to ensure that your best interests are well-protected by retaining an attorney with vast experience in difficult and complex issues of assets.
Assets acquired during marriage, under Maryland Law, may be divided based upon the overall equities of the situation, with certain exceptions such as:
- Gifts from third parties
- Property or assets owned prior to marriage
- Assets the parties agree will not be distributed
Determining what should be included in the division of property is key to achieving your goals. A skilled and experienced attorney can fight to help you include or remove a particular asset from the division.
If there was a prenuptial or post-marital agreement, it can have a major impact on the division of property.
What Are The Marital Assets Subject To Division?
Complex marital estates can include such assets as:
- Investment properties
- Vacation homes
- Retirement accounts
A major issue in many complex property division cases is the hiding of assets. If you believe that your spouse has hidden assets, our firm’s lawyers are skilled at conducting investigations that uncover hidden assets and property, which may include the involvement of a forensic accountant or other financial professionals.
Contact SIEGELLAW Today
When a complex marital estate must be divided, you need to take steps to ensure that your rights and your future are well-protected. Turn to the Howard County family law attorneys of SIEGELLAW for counsel and advocacy with the goal of meeting your goals and making your future brighter. To schedule a free initial consultation, call our Ellicott City office at 410-792-2300 or contact us online.