When couples divorce, they must also determine how they wish to divide their marital assets, which includes tangible property (i.e. houses and vehicles) and intangible property (i.e. bank accounts and retirement accounts). Maryland is an equitable distribution state. The parties or a trial judge must decide how to equitably divide the parties’ real property, marital home, retirement assets, bank accounts, vehicles, and any other assets.
The Amos Perrick Law team takes pride in our devotion to understanding your needs and objectives. Our Family Law Attorneys have a proven track record of advocating our clients’ rights during all phases of the divorce process, negotiations, and court appearances. We have experience with marital property and our Maryland lawyers are familiar with the intricacies of the Maryland Family Courts. Let us help you!