Division of Property

Divorce is never easy, it can fill you with emotions of anxiety and stress. Add to those emotions the daunting task of division of property. As women, objects are looked at as more than assets, a home isn’t simply a house. It’s where you raised your children and hosted dinner parties with great friends. Our experienced division of property attorneys understand these emotions and all that entails.

As you begin your journey, you need a legal team you can rely on to advocate on your behalf. Our dedicated team provides compassionate legal service during your time of need. One of the most frequently asked question our attorneys receive is: What is the considered marital and separate property?

In most instances, property acquired during the marriage is considered marital property. Even if an asset was kept in your spouse’s name, it is still treated as marital property if acquired during the marriage. However, this does not always mean property division resulting in an even 50/50 distribution.

Property is considered separate if it was acquired prior to the marriage or was a gift or inheritance during the marriage. Keep in mind this does not include gifts from the other spouse.

The division of property process is complicated, do not try to navigate these complex waters alone. Trust the experienced team of attorneys at Florida Women’s Law Group. We are committed to providing you a positive experience all while seamlessly handling the meticulous details.

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