Guiding You Through The Property Division Process

As a divorce proceeds, there may be several issues that arise that a divorcing couple argues over. One of these types of issues is property and assets. Even if the individuals agree on how they are to be split, the property division process can become complicated and overwhelming without the assistance and insight of a knowledgeable lawyer.

At Beaty Hatch PC our firm has years of experience handling divorce and family law cases, including all aspects of divorce. Property division cases can be complex and take time to handle, due to the specific laws that may apply. Talking with your attorney, you can understand if your assets and property are subject to division according to the law of equitable distribution, which means fairly and justly but not necessarily 50-50, or if community property laws dictate how things are split.

What May Be Divided?

There are many different types of property and assets that are subject to division during divorce, such as:

  • Primary family homes
  • Undeveloped real estate
  • Vacation properties
  • Cars, boats and other vehicles
  • Personal property, including jewelry
  • 401(k)s and other retirement accounts
  • Pensions, IRAs and Roth IRAs
  • Military benefits
  • Stock options, bonuses and other employment-related compensation

We encourage you to get in touch with us today to arrange a consultation about your specific situation.

Get Answers To All Your Property Division And Divorce Questions

Please call the Vancouver-area law office of Beaty Hatch PC today to discuss your particular circumstances and legal goals. Call 360-450-0993 or 866-678-1372. Or, if you prefer, fill out our web form.