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Greensburg Property Distribution Lawyer

Even couples who don’t have children or own many assets can find that their divorce is complicated. The biggest source of arguments with divorcing couples involves property distribution next to conflicts dealing with child custody or support orders. Property distribution is the act of determining who gets what of the marital assets and debts. If you and your spouse have not been together long, deciding on an equitable distribution may be less complicated. However, couples who’ve been married for years have typically amassed a significant amount of assets, retirement accounts, business ownership, etc. In this situation, you need an experienced Greensburg property distribution lawyer who can help.

At Bunde & Roberts, P.C., our Pennsylvania family law attorneys have decades of experience resolving high-profile and complex divorce cases. We understand the complicated financial issues involved, and we recognize how emotional and frustrating this is for you. That is why you need an objective third party helping you. You cannot let emotions get in the way; otherwise, your divorce can drag on unnecessarily.

What is Marital Property?

Marital property and liabilities include any assets and debts that you both acquired from your marriage date until the date you separated, regardless of whose name appears on them.

Determining what is and isn’t marital assets and liabilities can be challenging. Property owned before the marriage is not a marital asset, but an increase in an asset’s value can be. Please don’t attempt to figure it out on your own; let our experienced legal team help. We can prepare you for this process and ensure your rights and assets are protected throughout your entire divorce.

Experience Handling High-Value, Complex Greensburg Divorces

When you retain the Greensburg property distribution lawyers at Bunde & Roberts, P.C., we will handle your divorce from day one to ensure that your interests are represented throughout the entire process.

During the early stages of a divorce, it is usually the discovery period where both sides collect the necessary information to use for settlement negotiations or trial. Both you and your spouse have the right to collect financial information and documents through various legal tools. These tools include document requests, interrogatories, requests for inspection of property, depositions, and requests for admissions. Both sides will be asked to produce documentation and answer a series of oral and written questions.

At Bunde & Roberts, P.C., many of our clients have businesses or professional practices. They may have amassed significant pension plans, retirement accounts, or other types of intangible assets. These could be marital assets that need to be valued and distributed during the equitable distribution phase of the divorce process. We will work to protect your most valued assets and look for creative strategies to handle the valuation and distribution of your marital estate. In some cases, we may need to retain experts who can provide an accurate valuation. These people include real estate appraisers, forensic accountants, other financial experts, etc.,

Get Assistance from Our Seasoned Greensburg Property Division Lawyers

If you are dealing with a complicated divorce and the equitable division of property, let us help. Contact Bunde & Roberts, P.C., today at 412-391-4330 to schedule an initial consultation.

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