Depending on the length of a marriage, property division can be a very complicated area of family law. Virginia is an equitable division state, meaning that your marital property will be divided fairly, but not necessarily directly down the middle.
The challenges in property division lie in determining marital versus separate property. An experienced attorney can help you understand how to classify your property appropriately. At Allred, Bacon, Halfhill & Young, PC, we are aware of what factors will likely influence a court on your behalf. We work with accounting experts as we obtain thorough and accurate appraisals and business valuations.
We work with a vast array of individuals who are navigating a divorce and the complexities associated with equitable distribution. The following, depending on how it is titled and when it was obtained, can be considered marital property:
Our attorneys have more than 40 years of experience closely examining and valuing the property that must be divided in a divorce. We understand how important these assets can be and we are prepared to take all of the steps necessary to help you obtain the best outcome possible.
In an effort to support the best interests of our clients, we offer competitive fees. Call 703-352-1300 or contact our firm to learn more about how our Fairfax property division lawyers will personally tailor our services to your needs.