Division of Assets & Liabilities - Ocala Florida

Marion County Property Division Attorneys

Our practice of Family Law and Divorce operates with confidence and experience in the understanding of the Florida Family Law Rules. Clients and Courts rely on attorneys who can represent and practice the accurate application of these laws to the varying situations and circumstances that exist in the lives of Family Law clients. Every family is different and it is important that our clients know that we zealously protect their rights and take extreme pride in our reputation.

Because the experience of a divorce or necessity of other Family Law matters can be extremely stressful, uncertain and lengthy, it is important that our clients know that we are invested in their case. When parties are uncooperative, enforcing the time requirements provided with the Florida Statutes is paramount to assisting our clients in their process.

Our Florida Marital Property Division Practice

Property/Assets and Debts acquired during the marriage are subject to Equitable Distribution. Non-marital property includes inherited property, gifted property and property brought into the marriage by one of the parties. Our practice utilizes an extensive network of experts to help us with complex marital property issues, including forensic accountants, property appraisers and other valuation experts in identifying and classifying property.

We are experienced in the Division of Property, including:

  • Pension Plans, 401(k)s, SIMPLE Accounts
  • Stocks and Stock Options
  • Bank, Investment and Brokerage Accounts
  • Real Estate Property
  • Vehicles and Water Craft
  • Household Furnishings
  • Art, Collectibles and Jewelry
  • QDROS/Qualified Domestic Relation Orders
  • Business Valuations

Dealing with the emotions associated with Divorce can be overwhelming. It is crucial to have an experienced Lawyer to be objective and advise you on the "business" of Division of Property.

Contact Us — Ocala Division of Assets Attorneys

To schedule your consultation with an experienced Florida Family Law Attorney, contact our office via email or call us at 352-629-6203.

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