Property Division Attorney in Redmond
Fighting for Our Clients’ Fair Share
The Washington State courts have a generous amount of say in how the property is divided between dissolving couples. The judge will take all information into account and is then free to fashion what he or she feels is appropriate in each individual case. Since ours is a no-fault divorce state, it is up to the judge to determine what is a fair and equitable division of the property.
Experienced & Accomplished Redmond Family Lawyers
The attorneys at O'Brian & Associates have 60-plus years of experience handling marital property division matters for individuals across the state. We can examine all of the details in your situation in order to determine the best way to proceed. Our team has helped many different clients throughout the Redmond and Seattle areas.
What Factors Affect Property Division?
The court takes several circumstances into account when it makes a property division determination although there are many different aspects of a case that contribute to the way in which a court may divide property and assets:
- Length of the marriage
- Age of the parties
- The kind and amount of the community property
- The kind and amount of the separate property
- The economic situation of each party and how much a party may want the family home and which party has the children living with them the majority of the time.
Given the statutory guidelines and the court's discretion, we will delve deeply to find all of the issues and details of each situation in order to inform and educate the court on your specific case. Property, spousal maintenance, and child support are all considered together by the court. Contact a marital property division lawyer at O'Brian & Associates today. We strive to ensure that the court is thoroughly advised as to your situation in order to get you the property and assets that you deserve.
Get in touch with an attorney at our firm today to schedule your one-hour consultation by calling us at (425) 276-7677.
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