Property Settlements

Protecting Your Interests In Property Settlements

Property settlement is a broad and deceptively simple term to describe an elaborate phase of the divorce process in New York and New Jersey. Property settlement and distribution agreements must ultimately address the full range of assets between a couple, from pensions and retirement accounts to real estate and business ownership.

It is vital that you have an experienced attorney on your side that has built a proven reputation of quality service for clients and has demonstrated a reliable understanding of the many complex legal concepts involved in divorce and property settlement.

At the Law Offices of Howard B. Felcher, PLLC, our attorneys have served the needs of clients in matrimonial law for more than a quarter century.

Proven Ability Backed By A Winning Record

Agreements, decisions or judgments on matters of asset division in a divorce can paint the picture of your financial landscape for years to come.

Whether your investments extend to significant holdings as a corporate shareholder or you are more modestly invested in a family home and a retirement account, you must insulate and preserve the wealth and property that you have spent a career building.

We work to help you protect yourself in property settlements involving:

  • Property and Real Estate
  • Tangible Assets
  • Stock Investments
  • Professional Licensing
  • Corporation and Commercial Holdings
  • Retirement Accounts
  • Trusts and Inheritances

Our lawyers understand the financial and legal complexities of property settlement, and can work with you to build a livable and desirable strategy that protects your interests while creating reasonable and achievable goals. Whether you need to protect the value of your professional licenses, come to a working agreement for the equitable division of accounts through QDROs, preserve tax deferred trusts or handle a range of financial, real estate or property issues, our office is available to help.

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If you want to give yourself the best opportunity to resolve your divorce with a fair property settlement, make sure you have a lawyer on your side that understands how to pursue your agenda. Call us today at 866.930.9532 or contact us online.

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