Property Division

PROPERTY DIVISION LAWYERS IN DAYTONA BEACH

We Have the Experience & Passion to Assert Your Rights

In Florida, the division of assets and debts at divorce proceedings is done through “equitable distribution”. This means that instead of a court assuming that a 50/50 split is fair, it will look at a wide range of factors to determine what would truly be a fair split. This means that there are no hard and fast guidelines for a court to follow, and you need a skilled advocate on your side to help you preserve your rights.

At The Law Offices of Ross & Glover, we have more than 30 years’ experience to pour into your case, and Attorney Ross is 1 out of only 5 people in Central Florida to have achieved Board Certification. Learn how our Board Certified Marital and Family Law Specialist may be able to help you when you contact our divorce attorneys today!

How Equitable Distribution Works in Florida

In a divorce, marital assets are supposed to be distributed fairly, but simply deciding what is marital property and what is non-marital property is itself a considerable challenge. Then deciding who deserves what is often difficult, as anything from a business to keepsakes can make for a complex process. If a divorcing couple cannot agree on how they want to divide their property, a mediator or judge may need to become involved.

When a court gets involved in property division, what factors are involved in the final court order? Factors such as how long the marriage lasted, as well as how spouses supported one another in educational or career goals can be considered. It will count against spouses if they wastefully spent or ruined marital assets during the divorce or within the two years prior.

During property division hearings, a court will also consider each spouse’s:

Earning capabilities
Current finances
Contribution to the marriage and marital assets
How can The Law Offices of Ross & Glover help me?

With the help of our skilled Daytona Beach divorce lawyers, you may be able to create your own property division settlement. If you and your spouse cannot agree on property division but want an amicable divorce, you may want to consider mediation. If you are headed toward a contested divorce, however, you will need a tenacious advocate at your side.

At The Law Offices of Ross & Glover, we can be aggressive if that is what it takes to protect your rights. If you work with a Board Certified Marital and Family Law Specialist at our firm, you can know that you are working with an expert in the field who has the proven experience to help you through property division. At our firm, we also have a Florida Board Certified family law mediator. We are prepared to skillfully help you through as peaceful a divorce as possible.

Whatever type of divorce you face, you can find the caring, skilled representation that you deserve with our firm. Give us a call today!

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