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How Does The Law Divide Property In Divorce?

It can be a very tough time in someone's life when they separate from their spouse. In most cases, they have been sharing a home and a life with that spouse for some time, and they are unsure of what to do in the future. Sometimes counseling and a concerted effort by the spouses can save a marriage. Sometimes a divorce is the only solution left.

Seth Eric SpringerIt is important that you know your rights in a situation where you are separated or looking to separate from your spouse. Similarly, if you have decided that you want a divorce from your spouse, you should know your rights and the property you are entitled to keep from the marriage. Questions can arise regarding the marital home, possessions, pensions and retirements held by one, or both, of the spouses and the right to receive alimony. Our lawyers are highly experienced in the law in Pennsylvania related to divorce.

Pennsylvania law considers property division in divorce in this manner:

  • Separate property: Any property, assets, inheritance or gifts acquired before the marriage.
  • Marital property: The property and assets amassed during the time of the marriage.

If you and your spouse cannot agree on how to divide property, the courts will do so in a manner that a judge considers fair.

These are serious matters that could negatively affect you for the rest of your life. You want an experienced attorney looking out for your best interest.

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At the Law Offices of Seth Eric Springer, Esq., LLC, we are committed to educating you about your rights regarding divorce, child support payments and child custody. We will assist you through this very difficult time in the most cost-effective way. If you are separating from your spouse or have questions about divorce, we are here to help you.

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