Guarding Your Interests During Marital Property Division
Your financial future after your divorce will depend, in large part, on the equitable distribution of your marital assets. Coming to a fair settlement without spending most of it on lawyers’ fees to fight for every stick of furniture will leave you in the best position to move forward with your life, after the dust settles.
I am Maryland divorce attorney Greg Abney. From offices in Rockville, I provide personal and cost-sensitive representation to clients throughout Montgomery County and beyond. Call my office at 301-850-4972 to arrange a in-office consultation with me today.
Extensive Experience In Complex Cases
I work hard to protect my clients’ property rights throughout divorce negotiations. Maryland family law judges expect lawyers for divorcing parties to work toward a property settlement outside of the courtroom.
I have extensive experience working with professionals in the areas of:
- Pension and retirement benefits and qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO)
- Business and commercial real estate valuation
- Residential real estate valuation
- Securities investments
- Forensic accounting to find hidden assets
I come to the negotiating table armed with facts and prepared to take your case to trial if your spouse is unreasonable about a fair and equitable settlement. If your property dispute must go to court, you will have a formidable, aggressive trial lawyer protecting your rights and financial interests.
What ‘Equitable Distribution’ Means In Your Divorce
Maryland is an equitable property distribution state. That does not necessarily mean that every bit of marital property is divided 50/50 and distributed dollar for dollar to the divorcing spouses. It means that the property settlement agreement must be considered equitable in the eyes of each spouse and approved by the court.
Call My Montgomery County Office For A One-On-One Consultation
Call me at 301-850-4972 or use the convenient email form to arrange a consultation in my office. My firm is located near the Rockville Metro Station, just steps from the Circuit Courthouse. My office hours for consultations are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
I do everything I can to keep my office overhead low, so I can pass lower attorneys’ fees on to my clients. I accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express for your convenience.