Helping To Make Uncertain Futures More Certain
One of the most contentious aspects of a divorce is often when the parties must decide how to split the assets they have accumulated. Having an experienced Maryland property division attorney on your side can be effective when it comes to negotiating a fair settlement on your behalf or representing your interests persuasively in court.
Experienced In Securing Property Division Settlements
At Rosalyn W. Otieno, Attorney at Law, we represent people throughout Maryland who need help reaching a fair and equitable property division arrangement as part of their divorce action. When you employ our firm, you will get the benefit of our experience combined with our dedication to providing excellent client service. We value the trust our clients place in us.
Marital dissolution may include a property division settlement for the distribution of marital property, as well as marital debts. Examples of property that may not be subject to division include:
- Any type of property or account acquired before the marriage
- Any asset that is acquired through inheritance or gift from a third party specifically to only one party
- Any specific item that is excluded by valid agreement between the parties
- Any other type of property that is directly traceable to any of these sources
Marital assets such as real estate, property or a house cannot be evenly split. It is important that you work with a lawyer who understands the financial ramifications of a divorce and can come to an acceptable solution for all parties involved. Attorney Otieno routinely helps clients reach equitable distribution agreements concerning the division of all marital assets such as:
- Marital homes
- Any other real estate holdings, including investment properties and vacation homes
- Personal property
- Investment accounts
- Retirement accounts
We communicate with our clients regularly to ensure that they understand what is happening and what is involved with correctly valuing each asset. Whether you have an uncontested divorce or a highly contested action, we can help you navigate the process to reach a division of marital assets resolution that is fair and meets your needs for the future.
Contact our office online or call 301-358-3797.