Tampa Property Division Attorney
Property Division Lawyer Also Serving Clearwater
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. Ultimately, the state law is intended to result in evenhanded property distribution. The
Tampa property division attorney working with you will become fully aware of your circumstances before, during and after the divorce in order to help you achieve the best possible outcome.
There are several aspects that are considered when property division is undertaken. 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
Property Division Attorney Also Serving St. Petersburg
Our law firm has over 110 years combined legal experience, and our legal offices have been exclusively dedicated to family law since 1993. We have the knowledge and understanding of Florida equitable distribution law that will benefit your divorce proceedings. We understand that it is important to you and your family that the property distribution between you and your spouse is as fair as possible. We will always work closely with you to attempt amicable collaboration with the other side. However, every Tampa property division attorney at our law office is a skilled trial lawyer – you can rest assured that we will aggressively protect your rights through every step of your association with us, and we are completely confident in taking your case to trial if necessary.
Our ultimate goal is your complete and total satisfaction. Our legal team is readily reachable if you have questions or concerns throughout the whole process of your divorce. You will be able to meet with your attorney when you need to, and we always strive to ensure that our clients are extremely well-informed. 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.