Filing for divorce is a major decision. Even if it is for the best, it is not a process to go into lightly. While most couples in Florida have heard horror stories about the divorce process, it is a procedure that is designed to help spouses part their ways and resolve divorce issues. Even if it takes time, a divorcing couple is will be able to work through even the most contentious issues, such as who gets what.
The property division process during a divorce is often the time when spouses will fight. Even when it is clear what is considered separate property and what falls in the marital property category, spouses will dispute over who is entitled to what asset or property. At Fischer & Feldman, P.A., our attorneys are well versed in the property division process, and we are dedicated to helping couples in the Hollywood area.
In order to help you move forward and resolve any property division issues, our goal is to understand the needs and interests of our clients. Whether it is a high asset divorce or not, there are major pieces of property that must be split. A house is often tough to part with, and many spouses wish to keep it; however, there are certain factors to consider when a spouse seeks to keep the house in a divorce. Are there children involved? Will you be able to pay the mortgage? Can you afford the upkeep? This can be very helpful when deciding whether one spouse will keep the house or the couple will sell the house and split the proceeds.
Divorcing spouses might have concerns about business assets, real estate, stocks and bonds, QDRO, the impact of alimony on property division and liabilities. Our experienced attorneys have the skills and resources needed to answer any questions you might have. Whether it is through negotiation, mediation or litigation, our goal is to meet your needs.
To learn more, check out our property division website. Whether you are just filing for divorce or dealing with property division issues, it is important to understand what your rights are and what steps you can take to resolve your divorce issues.