Create The Right Property Agreement For You

A divorce, either contested or uncontested, brings with it many matters that must be settled between spouses. Who gets the house? How much, if any, alimony will a spouse receive? Who will have primary custody of the children? What becomes of the debt that you accumulated during the marriage? Working out a solid agreement that's agreeable to the divorcing spouses may pose challenges.

Our seasoned family law attorneys at Madigan and Scott, Inc., know what to do. We can guide you through the family law process, and negotiate the property settlement and separation agreement that best meets your needs. We will listen and collaborate with you in your desire to achieve the best outcome for you and your family.

Matters That Must Be Addressed In Your Agreement

Property settlement agreements typically provide couples with greater control over a divorce outcome. By doing a great amount of work beforehand, couples working out such an arrangement are a step ahead of others in similar situations. They know that working together will provide a smoother outcome in their divorce.

We can assist and provide answers to your questions and concerns about property settlement and separation agreements. The paperwork may seem intimidating, but we can help.

Settlement agreements address a number of matters in a divorce. Some include:

  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Property division, including assets and debts
  • Spousal support
  • Visitation
  • Insurance
  • Taxes

Remember, this is a negotiation. We will assist by providing input on what you should consider and advice on securing the aspects of the divorce that are most important to you.

Contact An Experienced Local Family Law Attorney

Our lawyers at Madigan and Scott, Inc., are experienced, trustworthy and devoted to you. We know the toll that a divorce may take. We take extra effort to ensure that you get the attention and guidance you deserve.

Contact us online or call us at 703-455-1800.