Finding Solutions To Complex Property Issues
Disputes over ownership of retirement benefits, extensive real estate holdings, deferred income and closely held family businesses can complicate an already contested divorce in Virginia.
If your voice is not being heard in negotiations that will decide who receives what — help is on the way.
The skilled divorce and family law attorneys of Sevila Saunders Hudddleston White believe in your right to come away from your marriage with everything you brought into it. We use our decades of experience, knowledge of family law, attentive personal service and reputation for results to your advantage during any discussion of asset and property division for your divorce.
Quality Representation Through Equitable Distribution
Since 1974, our firm has become a trusted pillar in the community not only because of the exceptional services we provide our clients but because of the relationships we foster outside of our practice. We know how to successfully handle even the most complex property issues, including:
- Business valuation
- Checking and savings bank accounts
- Real estate, including primary and secondary residences, vacation homes, retirement homes, farms and ranches, rental property and undeveloped land
- Stocks and stock options
- Gold and silver bonds
- Deferred income
- 401(k) retirement accounts, retirement benefits and pensions
- Memberships, collectibles and family heirlooms
During property division and divorce proceedings, our experienced lawyers work with financial and accounting experts to investigate the true nature of your marital property. We make sure all marital property is being taken into consideration — even the more complex aspects of it — to ensure an equitable distribution of property in the end.
Get In Touch With Us Today
Whether you have questions about the nature of your assets or need guidance through property division proceedings, the attorneys at Sevila Saunders Hudddleston White are here to make things more manageable.
Talk to any of our family law attorneys: Jon D. Huddleston, Craig E. White, Benjamin Fitzgerald, Jeanine Irving, R. Penn Bain, and Heather S. Miller.