Annapolis Property Division Lawyers

Equitable Division in a Maryland Divorce

When couples divorce in Maryland, their property is subject to equitable distribution. This does not mean that all property is split 50/50. It means it is divided in a fair and impartial manner. Further, only marital property subject to equitable distribution. Separate property will be kept by each spouse.

Because there are so many factors to consider when determining separate versus martial property, and then dividing marital property, it is best to work with a skilled Annapolis divorce attorney. You must ensure that all of your financial information and assets are clearly defined and presented, and that your spouse does the same. Your attorney will know what property is yours and what is subject to division. Your attorney will know how to present this information during negotiations, mediation, or litigation.

Serving clients in Annapolis and across Maryland, DiPietro Law Group, PLLC can address your property division needs with professionalism and care. Call (410) 220-6784 to learn more.

Marital vs. Separate Property

Generally speaking, marital property will include everything purchased or obtained after a marriage. Even assets that were earned or acquired in only one spouse’s name, as long as they were acquired during the marriage, are typically considered marital property. Separate property includes assets that a person had prior to a marriage. Gifts and inheritances, as well as proceeds from these, may also be considered separate property, if they were gifted to or inherited by a single spouse.

Our Annapolis property division lawyers can help you address any and all assets, accounts, and property under Maryland’s equitable distribution laws. This includes:

  • The marital home
  • Other real estate (residential, commercial, or undeveloped land)
  • Cars, boats, and other vehicles
  • Jewelry and art
  • Interest or shares in a business
  • Investment accounts
  • Bank accounts
  • Retirement savings

Make sure your property and your interests are protected through your divorce. Call (410) 220-6784 or contact us online for experienced counsel.






We Come

Highly Recommended

Hear from past clients

  • DiPietro Law Group, PLLC "He is an excellent attorney and provided me with the representation and counsel that produced a final settlement agreement, which resulted in me not having to pay any additional alimony."
  • DiPietro Law Group, PLLC "Made the process seem effortless though I know that wasn’t the case behind the scenes."
  • DiPietro Law Group, PLLC "Mr. DiPietro took the time to get the facts and check the laws. Mr. DiPietro also has empathy, which is sorely lacking in the legal world."
  • DiPietro Law Group, PLLC "My experience with Mr. Gross was positive and I was left satisfied with the end result."
  • DiPietro Law Group, PLLC "Joseph DiPietro is a remarkable lawyer. From the start, it is so evident that he is so confident in what he knows and what he can do, and he exudes that confidence."
  • DiPietro Law Group, PLLC "I have heard it said you get what you pay for....and we got the best."
  • DiPietro Law Group, PLLC "We are forever grateful to have had the DiPietro Firm represent us."

Find a Solution

That is Right For You!

Call us today to schedule a consultation at (888) 530-4374.

Contact Us