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Handling Complex Marital Property Division

At The Roberts Law Firm, P.C., we represent divorcing clients facing complex marital property division. Our attorneys work with clients to figure out what the best result is in their property division case, and take a straightforward approach in getting there.

To meet with an attorney in our St. Louis, Missouri law office, call us at 636-530-9199, or contact us online.

Equitable Distribution of Property

Property division is often the most problematic divorce-related issue a couple faces. When couples own high value assets, the process becomes even more complicated. At The Roberts Law Firm, P.C., we work with clients to examine all of the angles of their property division case.

In Missouri, the equitable distribution of property is followed. Unlike a 50/50 split of assets, equitable distribution considers several factors and are found at Section 452.330 Revised Statues of Missouri. The factors include the following:

  • Who contributed to the acquisition of assets
  • The conduct of each spouse during the marriage
  • The value of “non-marital property” (or property that is exempt from equitable distribution)
  • The custodial arrangements any children under the age of 18
  • View 452.330 Revised Statutes of Missouri

Certain property is exempt from equitable distribution division. “Separate property” includes assets that one individual acquired before the date of marriage, and assets acquired through gift or inheritance.

Divorce Lawyers Ready to Help You

Our attorneys are highly experienced in handling divorce-related matters in and out of the courtroom. Property division can become highly complex – trusts involving both marital and separate property, high asset divorces – these issues underscore the importance of working with knowledgeable attorney.

If your divorce involves complex property division, our lawyers are ready to help you. To schedule a consultation in our St. Louis, Missouri law office, call us at 636-530-9199, or contact us online.

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