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Protecting Your Financial Future In Divorce

One of the most critical, and often contentious, issues in divorce is the division of marital property. If you are getting divorced in Oregon, the outcome of property division proceedings will play a significant role in shaping your financial future.

At Healy & McCann, PC , in Albany, we are committed to helping our clients obtain their fair share of marital property without taking more than their fair share of debt. Our attorneys will work with you closely through all aspects of divorce and guide you to the best possible outcome.

Property Division In Oregon

When a married couple gets divorced, all property (with a few exceptions, such as certain inheritances) is subject to division upon divorce. Property obtained prior to the marriage remains separate. Debt acquired during marriage is also divided upon divorce.

Oregon divorce laws follow the rule of equitable distribution, meaning that marital property and debt are to be divided in a manner that is fair to both parties, but not necessarily a 50-50 split.

Our law firm has the experience and resources to handle complex property division matters involving the division of assets such as:

  • Family homes and second homes
  • Bank accounts
  • Pensions, 401(k)s, IRAs and other retirement savings
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Business and professional practice assets

While some property division proceedings are straightforward, others require more intensive investigation and, if necessary, aggressive litigation. We strive to achieve amicable outcomes for our clients in the most efficient manner possible. When strong litigation is required to protect our clients’ rights, we are always prepared.

Talk With An Experienced Property Division Lawyer Today

For skilled legal representation in property division matters and all aspects of divorce and family law, call us at 541-248-1440 or contact us online.

To Our Clients and General Public

At the direction of Governor Kate Brown’s expected COVID 19 EXECUTIVE ORDER, effective immediately, our office is operating at the level of “shelter in place.” What this means for our clients and colleagues is that our staff will be working remotely. The office will be closed to the public. Our office will remain operational, providing you with the same exceptional legal services you have come to expect from our firm. Given the quickly evolving COVID-19 situation, our law firm will suspend “face to face” meetings.

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