Divorce And Real Estate

Are you concerned about the ownership of a primary, secondary or vacation residence during property division negotiations for your Georgia divorce?

Family law attorney Jim Bass will equip you with the facts and options you should be aware of when real estate is a bargaining chip during a contested or complex divorce. We offer sound guidance and thoughtful recommendations throughout the process in order to achieve the most favorable possible outcome.

Contact us to arrange your initial consultation and to find out more about the many ways we can help you as you are ending your marriage.

Experienced Woodstock Attorney For Dividing Real Estate In Divorce

Real estate whose ownership could be in dispute during a contested or high-asset divorce in Georgia includes:

  • Primary and secondary residences
  • Vacation homes
  • Retirement homes
  • Rental property
  • Undeveloped land
  • Farms and ranches
  • Closely held family businesses

If you are a divorcing spouse who bought one or more of these properties into your marriage, you have every right to feel that you own it after your divorce. At the Law Offices of James O. Bass, P.C., we can skillfully and forcefully negotiate in court, in your best interests, when ownership of any significant asset is at stake.

Learn more about divorce and real estate in Georgia, and arrange your initial consultation with one of our experienced family law attorneys, by calling 770-628-1136 today. You can also reach us online here.