Property Division

Philadelphia Equitable Distribution

If you are involved in divorce proceedings and have a complex estate, with business interests, multiple real estate holdings and investments, the division of property can be challenging. Property values may fluctuate significantly over a short period of time, making it difficult to determine whether each party is getting an equitable distribution. You want an experienced attorney to protect your interests, one who has worked closely with others in similar situations.

At the offices of Erik B. Jensen P.C., a Professional Corporation, our attorneys have over 73 years of combined experience advising men and women in Pennsylvania and New Jersey on family law matters, including the equitable distribution of marital debts and assets. With diverse knowledge, skill and experience, our lawyers work together to evaluate your case from many different perspectives, so that we can identify all your options, as well as any challenges you might encounter. We will use all our resources to identify and implement the solution that works best for you, looking for creative and innovative ways to resolve your concerns.

Handling Equitable Distribution In Philadelphia Divorces

The laws of Pennsylvania and New Jersey both require the equitable distribution of the debts and assets of a marriage. If the parties cannot come to agreement regarding the division of marital property, the court will divide the property in a manner it considers fair (though not necessarily equal), based on a wide range of factors, such as the length of the marriage, the age and health of the parties, the amount and nature of property brought into the marriage, and the contributions each party made to the accumulation of the marital estate.

At the law offices of Erik B. Jensen P.C., we have the experience to help you equitably divide complex estates. We offer a broad range of legal services to businesses and business owners in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and understand how businesses are valued. We can also work directly with accountants and business valuation experts, making certain you get a fair and realistic appraisal.

Our attorneys also provide comprehensive counsel regarding the valuation and equitable distribution of other complex assets, including real estate and real estate investments, stock options and other specialized investments.

We built our successful practice on a commitment to a high level of personal service and attention. When you hire us, we put aside our goals to help you meet your goals. Put our decades of experience to work for you.