Anoka County Real Estate And Divorce Attorney
Divorce impacts the long-term financial picture of both parties. All property — both marital and nonmarital — must be accounted for, and both types of property may impact the ultimate outcome. A key component of the property division process involves fairly valuing and dividing the couple’s real estate holdings.
For many couples, the sole piece of real estate is their marital home. Others, however, may have high net worth tied up in multiple properties. In such cases, it is critical to carefully navigate the legal standards surrounding property division to ensure that you get a fair share of the property you worked hard to acquire.
Protecting Your Property During Divorce
At Marvin Law Office, L.L.C., in Anoka County, our divorce attorney handles real estate and property division in an efficient and detailed manner. Backed by more than 30 years of experience, founding attorney Joseph E. Marvin maintains a dedication to guiding clients through difficult legal circumstances. His commitment to making a positive impact on clients’ lives permeates all aspects of his practice.
At our firm, your needs and priorities will come first. We offer cost-effective legal services that are custom-fit to accomplish your goals.
Experience Handling Complex Property Division
The first step toward achieving a fair division of property is securing a proper appraisal of the property. Our firm works with trusted and experienced appraisers to help ensure that the property is not undervalued. If you own multiple parcels of property, we will obtain thorough appraisals for each parcel, making it easier to seek a straightforward division.
Our attorney has experience successfully handling property division involving multiple types of real estate, including:
- Marital residences
- Investment properties
- Vacation homes
- Commercial property
In dealing with real estate during divorce, a key concern is avoiding pitfalls. Unexpected disputes or delays can arise in any case. When they do, it is important to have a strong and experienced advocate on your side. Attorney Joe Marvin knows what it takes to protect clients’ property interests. He is skilled at efficiently and seamlessly overcoming legal hurdles.
Learn More About Property Division During Divorce
Take the first step toward protecting your property by taking advantage of a free initial consultation with lawyer Joe Marvin. Our office is located in downtown Anoka, Minnesota, next to the courthouse. We represent clients throughout Anoka County, including Andover, Blaine and Ham Lake.