How Will The End Of Your Marriage Affect Your Real Estate Investments?
One of the most important concerns you have during your divorce may be your real estate investments. In financial and practical matters, what happens to your real estate holdings during divorce could have a long-term impact on your future. We can help you seek a fair divorce settlement that leaves you with a solid foundation for building the next chapter of your life.
For Virginia couples with particularly high-value assets, a large part of the property division settlement may involve real estate holdings. Often these include more than the family home — for example, vacation properties, commercial real estate, rental properties and more. At Robert L. Isaacs & Associates, we help our clients effectively navigate complex property concerns and pursue a favorable outcome.
To speak with an experienced divorce attorney about your real estate concerns, call us in Henrico at 804-728-0228 or complete our contact form. We represent clients throughout Henrico County and the Richmond area.
Important Questions To Ask
We focus on the big picture for each of our clients. That means we consider not only your immediate concerns, but also your long-term interests. We work carefully toward an outcome that sets you up for success. That means we ask the following questions:
- Is the property actually 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 are always honest and direct with our clients, meaning we may not tell you what you want to hear, but instead what you need to hear to make informed decisions and achieve a stable post-divorce future.
Contact Us Today
When facing complex property division or real estate concerns in divorce, the experience of your attorney matters immensely. There is a lot at stake, and we can help. To make an appointment, please call 804-728-0228 or complete our contact form. With offices in Henrico, our attorneys advise and represent clients throughout Henrico County and the Richmond area.