Prince William County Attorney For Division Of Marital Property

The division of assets and marital property has become more complicated in recent times. Individuals are getting married later in life; there may be upgrades to the house that only one of the spouses originally owned prior to the marriage, and both spouses often bring a substantial amount of assets into the marriage.

Clients frequently ask our lawyers at Van Hooser, Aguirre & Armistead, P.C., to step in to handle the division of complex marital property matters. Having tried so many of these matters, they understand what spouses are going through when trying to figure out how to divide the property. Paying great attention to detail, they understand the value of property and that any stipulation requires taking every asset into account.

Providing Attentive Services To Our Military Families

Determining division of accounts is particularly problematic when dealing with members of the military. There is a great deal of legislation governing how money is to be divided when one of the spouses is in the military, and the laws regarding military pensions are constantly changing. This is especially true when it comes to retirement pensions for members or former members of the armed forces.

Our attorneys do everything in their power to make certain that information regarding military accounts is complete and accurate and the division of accounts is fair.

Our attorneys understand the personal aspects of asset division as well. They are personable and make themselves available during the divorce and during a post-divorce modification when unaddressed issues arise. They understand the law regarding post-divorce modification when it is necessary for prior court orders to change.

By paying the closest attention to detail, our attorneys know how to negotiate the best possible property settlement for you.

Contact Our Prince William County Law Firm

Contact the attorneys at Van Hooser, Aguirre & Armistead, P.C., for an initial consultation by calling 703-291-4390.