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Property Division Lawyers in Rhode Island

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The dissolution of a marriage is obviously emotional, but it must also be practical. One logistical worry that weighs on the minds of those in the midst of a divorce is how to divide the marital property. The process of separating the assets acquired during a marriage can be as complicated and unique as the couples themselves. Additionally, you must evaluate gifts, inheritances, and other assets that are not easily divided.

At Moyer Law, PC, our Rhode Island property division attorneys can help you navigate this complex facet of divorce. We strive to provide personalized and effective counsel for clients in Warwick, Providence, and beyond.

Call (401) 305-2934 to learn more about how our legal team can help.

The Property Division Process

Rhode Island courts define marital property as the property acquired after the marriage. By contrast, property obtained before a marriage, through inheritance, or as a gift is typically considered separate property.

This division can seem simple but is subjective in practice, which is why you need a skilled Rhode Island divorce attorney who is familiar with the letter of the law. With Moyer Law, PC on your side, you can rest assured that your property is divided equitably.

Assets that require careful division include:

  • Real estate
  • Businesses
  • Stock portfolios and other investments
  • Bank accounts
  • Retirement plans
  • Vehicles
  • Collectibles
  • A wide range of personal property with intrinsic and extrinsic value

We will work closely with you and your accountants to make sure no stone remains unturned throughout your settlement or trial.

Trust Our 20 Years of Experience Handling Complex Marital Property Divisions

The attorneys at Moyer Law, PC can deftly disentangle your complicated assets. For example, we can diligently trace the source of funds used to purchase your items so they can be fairly distributed to each spouse. We appreciate the importance of protecting your businesses, pensions, residential and commercial real estate, household furnishings, and jewelry.

To discuss marital property issues with a highly accomplished Rhode Island divorce lawyer, contact us online or call us at (401) 305-2934.

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