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Washington DC Property Division Lawyer

If you are going through a divorce in Washington, D.C., you will have to divide your property with your spouse. In D.C. the courts will do an equitable division of property. Equitable does not necessarily mean 50/50, but it does mean fair. At the Law Offices of Jesse A. Gadson, we provide honest and experienced representation in property division matters. Whether your divorce includes high asset divorces or very little property it is important to talk to an attorney to learn your rights.

Do you have a divorce case that involves property or debts? Contact an experienced Washington DC property division attorney. Call 202-524-8817 or send us an e-mail.

What Is Marital Property?

Marital property is property that is acquired during the marriage. It does not usually include inheritance or converted property. The longer the marriage, the more likely the court will divide assets 50/50. Property that is distributed during a marriage, includes:

  • 401(k), IRA and other retirement benefits
  • Military benefits
  • Pensions
  • Real estate
  • Rental property
  • Business
  • Stocks

Debts are also marital property and will have to be divided through a divorce. If you have questions about how property and debts will be divided in your divorce, contact our experienced divorce attorney today.

Contact Our Experienced Wheaton Child Support Guidelines Attorney

If you are involved in an establishment of child support or a modification of support, it is important to consult with a lawyer to learn your rights. We offer flexible payment options.

Contact the Law Offices of Jesse A. Gadson in Washington, D.C. today. Call 202-524-8817 today.

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