How to Achieve Equitable Property Distribution

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Maryland is a state in which marital property is divided pursuant to equity principles. The Law Office of Christine Saverda Nielson, P.A., in Towson, Maryland, delivers reliable answers and advocacy. Attorney Nielson helps clients determine what property is part of the marital estate, the value of this property and how each client can obtain his or her fair share.

In many divorce cases, property distribution involves significant time and analysis to identify and successfully seek appropriate distributions. As a former federal agent for the U.S. Treasury's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, lawyer Christine Saverda Nielson has the background and elite training to dig deep when investigating these matters.

Contact our law firm, located in Towson, Maryland, by calling 410-825-7200 or toll free at 800-490-6258 to talk to a property distribution lawyer.

Going the Extra Mile for Clients

Christine Saverda Nielson has a reputation for going the extra mile for her clients and looking at everything to determine what is the marital property. All property acquired during the marriage will be evaluated in a divorce case, so it is vital to complete a comprehensive look at the property's value to determine what will be an equitable division of marital property.

Real property, personal property, financial assets, retirement funds and business interests all come into play when the marital estate is being evaluated during a divorce. We have the experience to make sure our clients get their equitable share. If need be, we can also work closely with experts to evaluate pensions, businesses and property.

On the Lookout for Dissipated Assets

Ms. Nielson's services include a review of the facts of each case to determine if marital assets have been dissipated so as to keep a spouse from receiving his or her fair share.

Dissipation is when one spouse uses marital property for his or her own benefit during the time when the marriage is breaking down. The court can take evidence into consideration that property was dissipated to the point of becoming fraud, so if there is a suspicion that a spouse is dissipating assets, Christine Saverda Nielson will complete a thorough investigation.

Marital Property Attorney Serving Towson and the Greater Baltimore Area

Yale Law School graduate Christine Saverda Nielson is devoted to her clients and the law. She considers herself fortunate to provide professional, personal service to her clients in area communities such as Pikesville. Contact her by filling out the form on this website, or call 410-825-7200, or toll free at 800-490-6258.