Property Division

How Marital Property Is Divided In Florida

Each party has the right in a divorce proceeding to have their financial interests and their assets protected. We can provide insight to understanding the rules that apply to marital property division so you can best plan for divorce. If you are going through a divorce, we are dedicated to aggressively standing up for your rights and ensuring you receive everything to which you are entitled under Florida law.

 

From our office in Tampa, our lawyers represent people throughout the Tampa Bay Area of Florida in complex marital property division case. We frequently handle divorce property settlement involving significant assets. Call 813-586-2277 to schedule a consultation.
Protecting Your Assets And Property

 

We assist clients in obtaining an equitable division of:

  • The marital home and other real estate
  • Retirement funds and accounts
  • A family business
  • Family heirlooms
  • Artwork and collectibles
  • Inheritance money
  • Insurance policies
  • Savings accounts
  • Intellectual property
  • Debts

Property accumulated during the marriage is often split 50/50 between the two parties. However, there may be factors that the court views as reasons for a disproportionate distribution of the assets. Property division matters often tie into or overlap with alimony orders.

 

Retirement benefits and military benefits may often be part of an asset distribution resulting from a divorce. A qualified domestic relations order or QDRO is a court order that recognizes or creates an individual’s right to receive all or a portion of the benefits payable under a pension plan. Our firm can help you further understand these types of orders and the process of rolling them over.

 

Before becoming an attorney, Chris E. Ragano studied economics at Florida State University in Tallahassee, graduating with honors. He combines his extensive legal experience with his knowledge of business and economics to thoroughly understand our clients’ financial situations. This education and experience gives our clients an edge and allows us to fight intelligently on their behalf to put them in the best possible situation after their divorce is finalized.

Are you interested in collaborative divorce? Learn more about cooperative divorce, how it can ease your mind and make you feel more confident about your divorce settlement.

 

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To discuss your family law concerns with a lawyer at our firm, call 813-586-2277.