Securing Your Rights And Assets During Property Division
For many couples going through a divorce, property division is more than just the separation and distribution of assets and finances. It is an emotional undertaking that incites feelings of loss, sadness, remorse and frustration.
Whether you and your spouse have come to an amicable separation agreement or are in the middle of a bitter struggle, we can help. At Arnold & Bailey, we understand the value you place on protecting your wealth. As your lawyers, we will identify and defend important marital assets and make a strong case for achieving your goals. We will help you protect your rights and finances as you start to move forward with your life.
Protect Your Property And Your Future
Our attorneys have broad experience working with individuals with complex assets. This includes business owners, those with professional practices or federal workers with federal retirement plans and benefits. We can provide the counsel and support to properly identify and valuate property.
Some other common property division issues we handle include:
- Identifying marital and nonmarital (separate) property
- Stocks and other investments
- Checking, savings and other financial accounts
- Retirement and pensions, including the federal Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) and the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS)
- Business valuation
- Real estate (including vacation properties)
- Family heirlooms
- Interpreting prenuptial agreements
When you sit down with us, we will work together to itemize your assets and carefully account for the property and assets you wish to retain after the divorce. By taking the time to understand your long-term objectives, we can negotiate an agreement with your partner or aggressively pursue your goals during litigation.
Creative, Experienced And Understanding Legal Representation
We encourage you to reach out to us and schedule a consultation. We will offer personalized and professional representation that actively pursues your individual goals. To learn more, call our Charles Town law office at 304-930-5721 or complete and submit our online contact form.
We serve individuals throughout Jefferson County and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia.