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Archive for the ‘Equitable Distribution of Property’ Category

Should You Move Out of Your House While Divorcing in Florida?
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Opinions are mixed on whether it’s best to move out or stay put when you are divorcing in Florida. In this post, we’ll show you the pros and cons and tell you how a qualified attorney can help you make the right decision.
 
A home is normally a couple’s most valuable asset. Deciding which spouse should stay and which one should leave during divorce can be a tricky ordeal.… Read More [+]


How Does Florida View Property in Divorce Proceedings?
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Divorce is more than just separating from your spouse – you have to find a way to split apart your entire life, including your home, property, and other assets. If you and your spouse were married for a long time, it can be hard to even tell what you owned before you were married and who owns what property.
 
So how do you do it? When you get divorced… Read More [+]


Divorce: Marital vs. Non-Marital Property
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If you’re getting a divorce, there are numerous things you need to consider about your children, finances, and property. And when it comes to property, there’s a big difference between marital property and non-marital property.
 
Generally, Florida courts will divide the marital property between spouses, while the non-marital property will remain with the spouse who owns it. Since Florida is an equitable distribution state, the court will start with… Read More [+]


How Property Is Divided in a Florida Divorce
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As you deal with the emotional pain and hassle of ending a marriage, you may feel overwhelmed at the prospect of trying to resolve financial concerns as well.
 
To smooth the process, we’ve composed a guide to property division after a divorce in Florida. If you can understand how property division works, you are equipped to navigate this complex process in a way that accommodates your needs… Read More [+]