Property Division Attorneys With Attention To Detail
At the Roncone Law Offices, P.C., our attorneys have over 50 years of experience achieving results in property division matters for people in Leominster, Fitchburg, Worcester and the surrounding parts of Massachusetts.
With the exception of child custody and visitation, property division is typically the most heavily disputed issue during a divorce. In light of the basic principles of Massachusetts’ divorce law and equitable division, each party wants to walk away with what is rightfully theirs. Unfortunately, there tends to be quite a bit of disagreement as to what is fair or equitable. Our lawyers work hard to resolve these disagreements. We will help you protect what is yours. We will present the issue to a judge if necessary.
Handling Complicated Property Division During Divorce
In the typical divorce, the piece of property that is the center of attention is the marital home. Who will stay in the home? How is the mortgage dealt with? Will the home be sold and the value divided between the two parties? What if the mortgage payoff is more than the value of your home? How will a bankruptcy affect a divorce? These are questions that we will work closely with you to answer.
Of course, there is rarely a typical divorce. Other unique assets are often involved, ranging from retirement and pension accounts, tax consequences to valuable antique collections. We know how to address all assets, as well as all debts.
Property Division Ties Into Other Areas Of Divorce
During a divorce, all issues need to be looked at as a whole. Nothing can be looked at independently. For example, when determining what will be done with the marital home, consideration must be given to how the decision will impact child support, debt allocation or division, spousal support and other issues.
We achieve results, and we do it one client at a time. That means that we are ready to give your case the personal attention it deserves. We are ready to review the details of your case with you to help determine the outcome that makes the most sense for you.
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To discuss property division issues with an experienced lawyer, call us at (978) 534-2444 or send us an e-mail.