Equitable Distribution of Property

Experienced Property Division Attorney in Pennsylvania

Montgomery County | Bucks County | Philadelphia County

In divorce proceedings in Pennsylvania, the courts seek to enforce what is known as an “equitable” distribution of the debts and assets of the marriage, evaluating a broad range of factors in an effort to determine what is fair to both parties. If you cannot mutually agree on how marital property will be divided, you want an experienced lawyer to guide you through the process.

At the law office of Joanne E. Kleiner & Associates, we bring over 25 years of practice experience to men and women involved in divorce disputes, including disagreements over the equitable distribution of property. We will take the time to carefully gather the facts of your case, so that we fully understand your financial situation, as well as your goals. We will clearly explain the law and the process, and will provide you with an honest assessment of your objectives, as well as your prospects of success.

The choices you make now will have a significant impact on your future. Don’t delay — contact our office online or call us today at 215-886-1266 to schedule a private meeting.

Dividing marital property

Experienced Counsel –The Equitable Distribution of Marital Property

We offer comprehensive counsel to men and women in marital property settlement disputes, helping you try to work out arrangements with your ex-spouse that are in your best interests. If necessary, we will take your issues to court, making certain the court takes into account the various factors that determine equitable distribution of a marital estate, such as:

  • The duration of your marriage
  • Whether or not either of you was married before
  • The age and health of you and your ex-spouse
  • The standard of living to which you became accustomed during your marriage
  • Whether or not your spouse dissipated or wasted assets of the marriage

We will look at all marital assets, from real and personal property, and financial accounts to retirement funds and business interests.

Contact Attorney Joanne E. Kleiner

Let us help you find a workable solution to a marital property dispute. Contact our office online or call us at 215-886-1266 to schedule a confidential consultation. We will help you stay focused on the issues that matter.

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