Gainesville Property Division Lawyers
One of the most pressing issues in a divorce involves taking the assets that made up one household and equitably dividing these assets to make two households. The way in which your marital property is divided will have a significant impact on your life for years to come. It is vital to have a knowledgeable lawyer on your side.
At Arroyo & Talbert, P.A., our Gainesville property division attorneys have helped people across North Central Florida move forward on solid financial ground in the aftermath of a divorce. Tell us about your property division issues in your divorce. Contact us online today.
Achieving Our Clients’ Property Division Goals
Courts in Florida are required to equitably divide all marital property and debt. Further, courts must operate under the assumption that all marital property will be divided equally, although courts can make an unequal distribution of marital property based on a number of factors.
One major issue in the equitable distribution of marital property involves determining what is marital property. Nonmarital property, or separate property, can include property that each spouse acquired prior to the marriage, as well as gifts and inheritances. Generally speaking, everything else is considered to be marital property.
Another issue is determining the appropriate value of all marital property. This issue becomes especially complex in high-asset divorce cases such as when one or both spouses own a business or professional practice. At Arroyo & Talbert, we have access to commercial appraisers in a broad range of fields. You can be sure we will make an accurate evaluation of all of your marital property.
Aggressive Litigators In All Areas Of Divorce Disputes
While it is often more cost-effective and efficient to resolve property distribution disputes out of court, there are times when it is simply necessary to try the case. Maritza Arroyo and Alison Talbert each spent more than 10 years as Assistant State Attorneys in Alachua County, where they were in the courtroom almost every day. This trial experience, combined with our family law knowledge, ensures you will be in good hands if your case does go to court.
Contact Arroyo & Talbert: Gainesville Equitable Distribution Lawyers
Call 352-373-1990, or email our law firm to schedule your appointment.
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