Massachusetts Marital Property Division Attorney
Division of assets during a divorce can be tough on both parties. At The Law Offices Burke, Espinola, & van Colen, I assist clients in dealing with marital property division issues to minimize the tension as much as possible. I am attorney Kenneth D. van Colen. I represent divorcing and separating individuals in Massachusetts.
My divorce experience is significant. I work to make sure that your interests are recognized as the court or mediator considers your property division issues. I will skillfully advocate for you in and out of court. Contact me to schedule your consultation to discuss your marital property division matters today.
Assets Divided During Divorce
When you are considering divorce, division of your marital assets likely weighs heavily on your mind. The court will attempt to equitably divide the following assets:
- Primary residence
- Vacation homes
- Pension or retirement accounts
- 401(k) accounts
- Military retirement benefits
- Joint accounts
If you have been married for a short period of time, it is likely that the court will put both parties back into the position they were in before the marriage.
For longer marriages, the court evaluates a number of factors to determine who should get the property after divorce. The factors used by Massachusetts help the court determine how the marital assets should be divided.
Sound Legal Advice and Counsel Will Protect Your Assets
Hiring an attorney to help you during your divorce will protect your assets. I will help you determine the value for any property or business assets. I know how to advocate for you and explain your side of the story. During your marital property division matters, I provide sound legal advice while strongly advocating for your interests. I also have experience in mediating and negotiating property division issues and can represent you during these meetings.
Contact Me to schedule your free consultation.