Tampa Property Rights Attorney
Property Rights Lawyer Also Serving St. Petersburg
When you’re going through a divorce, you’re probably very concerned about your property and what you own. When a marriage dissolves, property may not be split down the middle between the two parties. There are many factors that go into that type of decision. Marital property is generally defined as any property and assets that have been accumulated during the marriage. Legally, that property can be divided in any way that you and your spouse or the court sees fit.
Property and assets that you acquired before the marriage are not usually deemed marital property except for several different exceptions. For example, if you owned a house before you met your spouse, but you and your spouse both put money and time into developing the property, or if both names are on the title, then all or a portion of that property may be considered divisible.
If you have questions about whether you have a right to retain property or assets after your divorce, you need to speak with a Florida property rights attorney. You do have legal rights and obligations regarding your property, and it is in your best interests to be fully informed.
Property Rights Attorney Also Serving Clearwater
The property rights attorneys on our legal team each have extensive experience with Florida property law with regard to divorce. The discussion of equitable distribution can result in arguments and tensions on both sides of the divorce case. We will work with you and our goal will be to cooperate with the other side as much as possible. If we can’t come to an agreement, then we will take the case to trial. We always attempt to work together and collaborate with the other side, but we have the litigation experience necessary to take your case all the way to trial if that is required.
You have a right to protect your property, whether objects, heirlooms, assets, property, non-interspousal gift or other type of non-marital property. A skilled Tampa property rights lawyer can help ensure that you keep what is legally yours when you go through your divorce. We consider it our duty to protect you and uphold your rights throughout your case.
Contact a Florida Property Rights Lawyer to discuss your Tampa, Clearwater or St. Petersburg property rights issues.