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Division of Marital Property

When a marriage ends, the Division of Marital Property is often one of the most controversial aspects of the divorce settlement. Determining who gets what can be a cause for tremendous stress and conflict. Robert Wilkinson can assist you in mediating a fair and equitable property settlement and can help ensure the division of property is properly recorded to eliminate questions later on.

Tennessee typically awards separate property—assets, cash and physical property owned by each spouse before marriage—to the one who originally owned it. Joint property and property acquired during the marriage is divided fairly between the couple. Determining "fairly" is where many issues arise. As such, the expertise of an experienced attorney like Mr. Wilkinson is essential in coming to an agreement that is acceptable and amenable to both parties involved.


Robert W. Wilkinson, Attorney-at-Law
281 Broadway Avenue, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37831
Call Today! (865) 482-4928

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