Division of Property in Divorce
Any property acquired during marriage that is not the proceeds of property acquired prior to marriage, a gift or an inheritance can be effectively split up between husband and wife. The factors considered by a court in dividing this property (also known as marital property) are complex. Property includes real property (houses, land and buildings), chattels (cars, clothes, furniture etc.) bank accounts and any right to receive money in the future. Your retirement benefits are property!
Wampler & Souder are experienced family law attorneys. Experienced domestic attorneys understand how the complex factors considered by courts interact to produce a given result. If you are contemplating a divorce or believe that one may be possible schedule a consultation with a divorce lawyer at Wampler & Souder as soon as possible. It is key that you have the knowledge necessary to plan for your future.
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