Tampa Property Division Attorney
Make Sure Your Assets are Divided Equally During Divorce
Property division, also known as equitable distribution in Florida, can be an extremely contentious part of the entire divorce procedure. Under equitable distribution jurisdiction, the property that is considered to be owned jointly by both spouses can be equally or unequally distributed. There are several aspects that are considered when property and assets are divided amongst a couple.
Some of these factors include:
- Marriage duration
- Contribution of both spouses to the marriage (including homemaker and childrearing contributions)
- Contribution of one spouse to the other's career or education
- Intentional waste or dissipation of marital assets or property after filing for divorce or within two years prior to filing.
- The best interests of any minor children
Ensure Your Rights and Interests are Protected
Although the division of marital assets and debts can be contentious and difficult we have found that often times parties are able to work together in order to come to an amicable resolution. At the Givens Givens Sparks, our Tampa divorce lawyers put their 110 years combined legal experience to work in order to provide a cost effective divorce option for those parties who can resolve all of their equitable distribution issues. We have the knowledge and understanding to assist each client in drafting their settlement agreement which will incorporate their terms of equitable distribution. Our divorce attorneys work closely with each client to ensure that the requested division of assets and debts is achieved through their Florida divorce.
Our divorce service shares the same goals as the parties involved, which is resolution. By agreeing on the terms of equitable distribution, a party can be confident that complete satisfaction can be achieved without the burden and expense of litigation. Our legal team is readily available to address any questions or concerns regarding the division of your assets and debts and will provide individual attention. We know this is important to you, and that makes it important to us.
Contact a Florida property division attorney at Givens Givens Sparks to discuss your divorce.