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Woburn

623 Main Street, Suite 13

Woburn, Massachusetts 01801

Phone: (781) 935-7100

Division of Marital Assets - Massachusetts

The Probate and Family Court in Massachusetts will divide the marital assets and liabilities under the theory of equitable distribution. The Court considers the following when dividing the marital estate, and the documents and testimony provided by the parties should support their position on the division of the estate:

  • Length of marriage.
  • Conduct of the parties during the marriage
  • Age of the parties
  • Health of the parties
  • Station (status) of the parties
  • Occupation of the parties
  • Amount of income of the parties
  • Sources of income of the parties
  • Vocational skills of the parties
  • Employability of the parties
  • Estate of the parties
  • Liabilities of the parties
  • Needs of the parties
  • Opportunity of the parties to acquire future capital assets
  • Opportunities of the parties to acquire future income
  • Contribution of the parties in their acquisition of their estate
  • Contribution of the parties in their preservation of their estate
  • Contribution of the parties in appreciation in value of their estate
  • Contribution of the parties as a homemaker to the family unit
  • Present and future needs of dependent children of the marriage
  • Opportunity of the parties to acquire health insurance or other health

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You deserve to be represented by an attorney in Massachusetts with experience in all areas of family law. Kathleen A. Delaney, Esq. will provide the legal support, knowledge and skills you need. She passionately advocates for her clients to obtain the best possible solution in an economically efficient manner. She will consult with you throughout the process to answer your questions, and give you realistic and practical explanations of your options.

Conveniently located in Woburn center, contact  her for a complimentary consultation:
781.935.7100

Disclaimer - The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult a Massachusetts family attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.