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Division of Assets & Divorce in Florida

Boca Raton Divorce Attorneys

Florida practices “equitable distribution” concerning the division of assets in a divorce. This may be a complicated process, however, particularly in high net worth cases and those involving a great deal of property and assets. In terms of the financial aspects of your divorce, the division of assets is often the most important factor to address. “Equitable” distribution does not necessarily mean “equal” distribution, and as such it is particularly important that you understand exactly what assets and property may be classified as marital or non-marital and therefore subject to division.

A Boca Raton divorce attorney at The Orner Law Firm can meet with you to discuss the circumstances of your divorce as well as what to expect concerning property division. If you are interested in learning more about the division of assets and debts in your divorce, we can answer your questions and give you the honest, straightforward advice you need. Best of all, call today and schedule your initial consultation with a lawyer at The Orner Firm. We represent clients throughout Boca Raton and the surrounding areas in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.

About Equitable Distribution in Florida Divorces

There are two main factors to address in the division of assets and property in a Florida divorce:

  • Completely accounting for any and all assets, property and liabilities that each spouse currently holds.
  • Evaluating these assets or liabilities to determine whether they should be included or excluded from the marital estate (classified as marital or non-marital property, and therefore subject to or safe from distribution.)

Having a skilled lawyer at your side during both of these key steps will be helpful in ensuring that your interests are well-protected. An attorney will understand all factors that are taken into account when classifying property as a marital or non-marital asset and can help ensure that your personal property is protected to the full extent of the law.

Contact a Boca Raton equitable distribution lawyer at The Orner Law Firm today to learn more about property division and divorce in Florida.

The Orner Law Firm, P.A.

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