Equitable Distribution Divorce Laws in PA
Keep Marital Property Disputes Out of Court
- Gathering important financial information
- Evaluating tax implications of settlement options
- Assessing the impact of near- and long-term financial health
- Achieving a desired financial settlement
Members of Collaborative Law Professionals of Southeastern Pennsylvania serve Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, and Chester Counties, Philadelphia, and the surrounding areas.
Find a Collaborative attorney and schedule a confidential consultation to learn more about property division laws in Pennsylvania.
Learn more about how our collaborative team will focus on desired outcomes and resolving issues.
- A collaborative lawyer will advise their client about important legal information.
- A neutral financial specialist will provide thoughtful review of many financial options.
- A divorce coach will assist their clients with economic concerns and the development of more productive communication with your spouse.
What you need to know about
Divorce and Property Division
Rochelle Bobman, Esq shares her expertise about one of the most significant marital assets, the marital residence, and provides insight on the topic of loan assumption and mortgage refinancing in a divorce.
David Anderson, CPA, CFE, CVA, a forensic account and collaborative business valuation expert breaks down the difference between marital vs. non-marital assets in a divorce.