Property Division in Divorce

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Divorce cases are already stressful and contentious matters, but when factors such as property division come into play, divorce proceedings can often become even more challenging. Many couples have trouble coming to an agreement, which is why these cases often go all the way to court. If you are currently looking to file for divorce, you should speak to our St. Louis divorce attorneys as soon as possible in order to do everything possible to protect what is rightfully yours.

A dual-property state, Missouri separates assets into two categories during divorce proceedings:

  • Marital property—This includes all property and assets obtained during the marriage.
  • Non-marital property—This applies to property that is separate from marital property and belongs solely to one spouse. Non-marital property often involves assets obtained before marriage.

How Our St. Louis Divorce Lawyers Can Help - Call (314) 684-8364!

With more than 20 years of experience, Hogan Law Group has been helping individuals throughout St. Louis with divorce-related matters such as property division.

Our firm may be of assistance to you in the following ways:

  • Help you create a property agreement
  • Represent you in divorce court when a judge divides your assets
  • Prove that your property is separate from any marital property

We strive to offer all of our clients with personalized attention that is carefully tailored to their specific needs. Our firm understands how difficult a divorce can be, which is why we aim to make the process as easy as possible.

Contact Hogan Law Group Today

If you are looking for an experienced and tough St. Louis divorce lawyer to represent you and assist you with property division, you have come to the right place. Our firm aims to be the anchors our clients need in order to get through these difficult moments.

Have more questions about property division? We can provide you with the answers you need during a risk free and confidential case evaluation.

Contact our firm today to learn more about how we can help you get the favorable case outcome you desire.