Equitably Dividing Property Between Spouses
After a marriage ends, all marital property is divided between the two parties. Massachusetts is an equitable division state, meaning all property is divided fairly between the couple.
Although some people assume that an "equitable distribution" means an "equal distribution," that is not necessarily the case. Judges may distribute a greater share of marital assets to one of the spouses if the facts of a case warrant a disproportionate distribution.
Protecting Your Financial Rights
Whether you are structuring a divorce settlement or taking your case to trial, you need an experienced divorce lawyer who will protect your financial rights. You need an attorney who will carefully examine your financial situation and develop a comprehensive legal plan with an eye toward your future security.
At Mavrides Law, you will receive the effective representation you require. Attorney Marcia Mavrides has been helping clients in divorce and family law cases for more than 30 years.
When clients hire Mavrides Law, they work with an attorney who helps them understand the impact property division will have on other areas of their life. Attorney Mavrides helps clients make informed decisions about difficult property division issues. She handles all aspects of property division within a divorce, including:
- Real estate
- Retirement accounts
- Business entities
- Investment accounts
- Stock options
In some situations, the opposing side may not provide full information regarding their assets. For that reason, an attorney needs to have good analytical and investigation skills. Attorney Mavrides acts as a strong advocate for her clients, making persuasive arguments regarding the division of marital property and performing thorough asset valuations.
A Comprehensive Approach
At Mavrides Law, property division issues are considered within a wider context to take into account your total financial picture after divorce. The firm considers a broad range of issues that impact your future security, including:
Working from a broad-based approach, Mavrides Law seeks to place you in the best position for future success.
Quincy Property Division Lawyers • Boston Property Division Lawyers
If you need to speak with a divorce attorney, contact Mavrides Law in Quincy or Boston, Massachusetts. For assistance, call 617-723-9900 or contact the firm by email.