Pennsylvania is what is known in legal terms as an equitable distribution state. What that means is that property settlements are not simply a fifty-fifty split of the marital assets and debt. Instead, property settlements are supposed to represent an equitable, but fair, split. Unfortunately, the issue of what’s “fair” can be litigated to death by lawyers more concerned with their fees than they are their clients.
We’re not them.
At Prince Law Offices, doing right by the client has always been more important to us than what our fees will be for resolving his or her legal issues. Here, your time, money and assets will not be wasted by over-litigating what is equitable and what is not. Call or contact us for an initial consultation today, and learn more about how we can help.
Our practice includes:
Identifying and locating hidden assets
Dividing marital property, assets and debts
Real estate appraisals
Accounting for pensions, retirement accounts, 401(k) plans and investments of all types
Qualified domestic relations orders (QDROs)
An old cliché says that success in marriage is really about “give and take.” As far as we can tell, it’s also true. What we also believe is that success in divorce (minimizing its harmful effects on the whole family) is really about give and take, too. Because of that, we encourage clients to be practical and reasonable about property issues whenever possible, and to stay focused on achieving results they can live with.
For two decades, we’ve been earning the trust of your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers. Today, let us earn yours.
For answers to other questions you may have about equitable distribution under Pennsylvania law, call 610-845-3803 or