Protecting Your Property Interests In A Divorce
The sharing of property in a divorce in Florida is covered by Chapter 61 of the Florida Statutes. When a couple decides to divorce, they will need to make choices concerning the distribution of their property. If they fail to reach an agreement, a Florida family law court will step in and divide the property for them. Under Florida divorce law, the court must make an equitable division of the marital property, though keep in mind that “equitable” does not always mean “equal” in the sense of a strict 50-50 split.
This is where The Day Law Office, in Spring Hill, Florida, comes in. Our marital property equitable distribution lawyers will help guide you through the process, protect your interests and make sure that you get the advantage.
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Your divorce property settlement will have an impact on your financial future; maybe for years to come. Don’t take anything for granted and know what your options are before you agree to anything. We are extensive experience helping clients get what they deserve in a divorce – especially in separations involving complex assets – and we look forward to helping you, too.