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Property Division

Property Division

In Massachusetts, the Probate & Family Court has the authority to divide all of a divorcing couple’s property, regardless of when it was acquired or which spouse actually owns it. Put simply, the judge assigned to your divorce case can divide both marital and separate property.

In most divorces, property division will likely include a distribution of the couple's residence, bank and retirement accounts, debts, and motor vehicles. More complex situations will require the division of stock options, deferred compensation, trust interests, patents, copyrights, royalties, and one or more business entities.

Given his acute grasp of the applicable laws and firsthand experience crafting property divisions, Attorney Summers is uniquely positioned to negotiate and litigate property division disputes on behalf of divorce clients. He works closely with experts in the fields of business valuation, forensic accounting, financial planning, and tax law to ensure the most favorable result.

To protect your rights and achieve the most advantageous division of assets and liabilities, contact Summers Family Law for a free consultation and assessment of your case.




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60 Austin Street, Suite 210, Newton, MA 02460
| Phone: 617.795.3000

Marriage & Divorce | Child-Related | About Us | Why Us? | Pricing

Law Firm Website Design by
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