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Our Marital Division of Property Attorney Services

Navigating the complex landscape of property division during a divorce requires expert legal guidance and support. The Bickel Firm is here to provide you with the experienced representation you need during this critical time.

Divorce can be an emotionally challenging and legally complex journey, especially when it comes to the division of marital property. At The Bickel Firm, we understand the significance of this process in securing your financial future. Our dedicated team of experienced attorneys specializes in marital division of property, offering you the expert guidance and unwavering support needed to navigate this critical phase of your divorce. Whether you’re concerned about equitable distribution, separate property classification, or achieving a fair outcome, we are here to advocate for your interests and provide customized solutions tailored to your unique circumstances. With empathy and professionalism, we’re committed to helping you transition to the next chapter of your life with confidence and financial security.

Our skilled attorneys specialize in marital property division, ensuring that you receive expert advice and advocacy to secure your financial future.

**Why Choose The Bickel Firm for Marital Property Division:**

1. **Expertise**: Our legal team has a deep understanding of Delaware’s property division laws, ensuring that you receive the most accurate legal advice tailored to your unique circumstances.

2. **Compassion**: We approach each case with empathy, recognizing the emotional and financial complexities that come with dividing marital assets.

3. **Customized Solutions**: Your situation is unique, and we work closely with you to develop a personalized strategy that aligns with your financial goals.

4. **Communication**: We keep you informed throughout the process, providing clarity on legal proceedings and potential outcomes.

**Frequently Asked Questions:**

*Q: How is marital property divided in Delaware?*
A: Delaware follows the principle of equitable distribution, which means that marital property is divided fairly but not necessarily equally. Factors such as the length of the marriage, contributions, and economic circumstances are considered.

*Q: Is Delaware a separate property state?*
A: Yes, Delaware is considered a separate property state. This means that property acquired before the marriage or through certain means, such as inheritance or gifts, may be classified as separate property and not subject to division.

*Q: What is a wife entitled to in a divorce in Delaware?*
A: In Delaware, both spouses have equal rights in a divorce, and the court aims to achieve a fair and equitable distribution of assets, taking into account various factors. There is no specific entitlement based on gender.

**Did You Know?**

Delaware’s equitable distribution laws are designed to ensure fairness in property division during a divorce. Having an experienced attorney from The Bickel Firm can make a significant difference in achieving a favorable outcome.