Dividing Marital Assets During Divorce — While Protecting Your Financial Interests

Being faced with the demise of a marriage is very taxing emotionally, financially and psychologically. One of the more complex, and draining, phases of a divorce is the division of assets. Every piece of real estate, bank account, retirement account, automobile and other assets must be divided. Unfortunately, it is not as simple as splitting everything evenly down the middle. If you have been served divorce papers, or are contemplating filing for divorce in Pennsylvania it is imperative that you speak with a divorce lawyer handling division of marital asset cases.

Marital Asset Division Laws in Pennsylvania

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is an equitable distribution state but that does not mean that each party gets half of everything. Certain factors come into play such as who is the primary wage earner, who will stay in the primary residence and other factors. With marital asset division being such a skilled endeavor it is best to enlist the aid of a skilled Media, Pennsylvania family law attorney.

How Can an Attorney From the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello Can Help

Throughout the entire divorce process you have rights and interests that need to be protected. Having a skilled attorney on your side who has experience effectively negotiating marital assets division cases is a wise move. Divorce attorney, Deborah M. Truscello, will accurately establish the true value of retirement accounts, your home, rental properties and business assets in an effort to obtain the best possible outcome for you.

Call a Delaware County asset division lawyer at the Law Office of Deborah M. Truscello to discuss your case. She can be contacted at 610-892-4940 or online. Ms. Truscello serves those with family law issues throughout Media, PA and the surrounding areas of Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County and Philadelphia County, including but not limited to the communities of Allentown, Lancaster, Reading and West Chester.