Property Division in Wisconsin

Property Division in WisconsinWhen a couple has been married for any length of time, it is likely that they own assets together. But if their marriage is ending, those assets need to be valued and divided in a manner that is fair.

Typically, “marital property” consists of all of the property obtained during the marriage. “Separate property,” on the other hand, includes assets owned by each party prior to the marriage and those assets given specifically to one spouse or the other during the marriage by gift or inheritance. During divorce, all assets must be considered and marital assets must be divided in a manner that considers the needs of both parties.

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Whatever position you find yourself in today, we can provide you with options, information and support to arrive at a property settlement agreement that you can live with. For a no obligation consultation with one of our family law attorneys at Doar, Drill & Skow, call 877-362-7529 toll free or contact us online. Located in New Richmond, we serve clients throughout western Wisconsin.