During a marriage most people accumulate both assets and liabilities or debts. Part of the divorcing process is the division of those accumulated assets and liabilities. Florida is an equitable distribution state, simple meaning that the goal of every divorce is to divide all personal and real property equally. Orlando property lawyer Jennifer Dane guide you through the equitable distribution process by:
- Meet with you to discuss your marital estate;
- Help you determine what your short and long term goals;
- Gather information regarding all marital property;
- Prepare and quickly work towards the best possible resolution.
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Jennifer Dane will personally handle all aspects of your divorce. You will be able to contact Ms. Dane by phone, text or email at anytime with questions specific to your case and your concerns. Your case will never be handed to a less experienced attorney. Ms. Dane is the only attorney that will advocate for you throughout your entire case. Your divorce will get Ms. Dane’s full attention.
What is Equitable Distribution
Florida is an equitable distribution state, which simple means the goal in all divorces is for each party to leave the marriage with an equal amount of liability and assets. Any asset or liability that is accrued during the marriage is considered marital and is going to be included in the equitable distribution worksheet.
Exceptions to Equitable Distribution
There are some small exceptions, for example, if you and your spouse entered into a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement, or if one both spouses received an inheritance that was never commingled as a martial asset. If you receive an inheritance and you keep that money in a separate account in only your name and never give your spouse access to that account than that would be considered an non-martial asset and therefore not subject to equitable distribution.
You are thinking about or have made the decision to get divorced, and you are concerned about you property rights and the division of your assets, call our Winter Park family law attorney for a free consultation to discuss all of your options. Find out what needs to be done, how long it will take, and what it will cost. When you call our Orlando family law firm you will speak directly with Jennifer Dane. Jennifer will personally handle all aspects of your family law case including the division of your assets. Your case will not be assigned to a less-experienced attorney or paralegal. Jennifer Dane is the only attorney that will speak to you on the phone, meet you in person and attend court with you. Your family law issue will get her full attention. Call today for a confidential consultation 407.260.0500.