Getting What You Are Entitled To In Asset Division
Many factors are weighed when the Maryland courts consider the division of property and assets in a divorce. Because Maryland is an equitable property state, the division of debts and assets needs to be fair, but not necessarily equal. When the division is complete, one party may receive more than the other. When high net worth individuals decide to divorce, the process of dividing property becomes even more complex.
An Experienced Marital Asset Division Attorney
If you are going through a divorce and need legal assistance with the process of distributing assets and property, it’s important that you have an attorney who can accurately identify which of your assets are marital (subject to a monetary award) and which assets are not marital (not subject to a monetary award). Jeff Greenblatt is a family law attorney who takes an aggressive approach to protect the property that his clients rightfully own. For more than 45 years he has handled all aspects of family law including asset valuation and property division. To speak with Jeff about the division of property, reach him online or by calling 240-406-7311.
The Marital Property Act defines what qualifies as marital property, and Jeff can help his clients navigate the intricacies of the law and help to secure the best possible outcome. When filing a joint marital property statement, parties are required to provide information in three areas:
- Property that both parties agree is marital property
- Property that both parties agree is not marital
- Disputed property
Talk To An Asset Valuation Lawyer Today In Montgomery County
Joint investments, property purchased together and the ownership of a business can all make the process of dividing assets complicated. Jeff Greenblatt can determine what you’re entitled to and can often identify if the other party is trying to hide assets by burying them in companies or transferring those marital assets to third parties. He will make every effort into accurately determining what you are entitled to and he will work to ensure that the division of assets is the best possible division the law will allow.
To speak with Maryland asset valuation and equitable distribution lawyer Jeff Greenblatt, get in touch with Jeffrey N. Greenblatt of Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, PA, online or call 240-406-7311.