How Will The End Of Your Marriage Impact Your Real Property?

One of the most important concerns you may have during divorce pertains to real estate. What happens to your real estate holdings during divorce can have a significant financial and practical impact. We can help you fight for a final order that is fair and that leaves you with a solid foundation for building the next chapter of your life.

For Virginia couples with particularly valuable assets, a large part of the property division settlement will pertain to real estate holdings. This is often more than the family home and can involve vacation properties, rental homes and more. The lawyers at our Henrico law firm of Robert L. Isaacs, P.C., help our clients effectively navigate complex property concerns and pursue a suitable outcome.

Important Questions To Ask

We focus on the big picture for each of our clients. This means we focus on not only your immediate concerns, but also what is most beneficial in the future. We look at potential issues that can arise in the future and work diligently for an outcome that sets you up for success. Regarding real estate and your divorce, we consider the following questions:

  • Is the property part of the marital estate?
  • What are the tax consequences of retaining certain properties?
  • What will it mean for you if the market declines?
  • Will you have to come off the mortgage or will your spouse?

If necessary, we work with tax professionals to develop a strategy that is in your best interests. We remain honest and upfront with our clients, which may mean we may not tell you what you want to hear. However, we will tell you what you need to hear and what you need to know to have a stable and strong post-divorce future.

Answers To Your Real Estate Questions

When facing complex property division or real estate concerns in divorce, the experience of your attorney matters. There is a lot at stake, and we can help. Contact our firm at 804-728-0228 to make an appointment for a case consultation, or email for additional information.