We Help Resolve Complex Marital Property Division Issues
Dividing marital property during a divorce often takes aggressive investigation and a commitment to fair property claims on the part of both parties’ attorneys. As an experienced family law practice, we know that both spouses are not always honest about the value of their financial assets, including business holdings, pensions, securities and real estate.
At the Law Office of Todd R. Worthley, we vigorously investigate the value of the marital property held by both spouses in a divorce, including that of our client. We believe that the only way to ensure an equitable distribution of marital property at the negotiating table is to know what the true value of the total property is.
What Is Considered Marital Property?
In Oregon, marital property includes any interests or possessions acquired during your marriage. These may include:
- Pensions and retirement accounts
- Securities, stocks and bonds
- Real estate, house and mortgage
- Tax obligations
Since 1991, we have gained a reputation in Portland as being a law firm that energetically pursues fair settlements that our clients can live with, long after the dust of the divorce settlement comes to rest, and people have moved on with their lives. Our experience has taught us that divorce is emotional enough, without adding the frustration of having to uncover hidden assets.
Ensure Your Assets Are Properly Evaluated During Divorce
If you are considering a divorce that will include a possible dispute over how to divide marital property, or a dispute over the legality of a prenuptial agreement, contact our attorney’s office at 888-589-0671.
We will show you how our experience makes a difference in family law court when dividing marriage assets. You can also reach us online.