The Iowa law provides that the property of the marriage will be equitably divided in your divorce. That means that any property you bought, or acquired, during the course of the marriage will most likely be divided in the divorce proceeding. What does “equitable” mean? Equitable division is what would be fair in your particular divorce proceeding, not necessarily equal. For a better understanding of what property will be considered marital property that can be divided in your divorce proceeding, it is important that you talk to a family law attorney to help you determine how your property will be viewed by the courts. Should you require additional information on this topic, please feel free to contact Simpson Legal Group, LLC at (712) 256-9899.