What Does Asset Division Look Like?

Division of property and assets in divorce can be complicated on many levels. This process begins with a proper valuation of assets and debts, and a keen eye for detail from an experienced attorney.

Oregon is an equitable distribution state, which means that property is divided based on whether it is separate or marital property. When dividing marital property, a judge may consider factors such as a spouse's contribution to the family earnings.

Due to the complicated nature of the process, you should never undertake property division without a lawyer guiding you. Mr. Fowlks has worked with many business owners and high-asset individuals, and continues to maintain a proven track record of success with complex divorce cases. From looking at debts to dealing with division of retirement, we offer comprehensive representation for our clients.

Get Your Questions Answered

At our Portland law firm, we have extensive experience representing clients in the tri-county area with all divorce-related needs. Our clients benefit from the proactive, practical approach we take when resolving legal issues. We recognize the challenges that families face in divorce and look to make the legal procedures involved as seamless as possible.

If you have questions or concerns, you can schedule a meeting with Richard Fowlks by calling 503-505-7941 or 888-779-8837, or contacting us online. We will review your assets and help you understand how your property division process may play out.