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Protecting your rights during the property division process

With the divorce rate remaining around 50 percent, this is a likely life event that couples in Florida and elsewhere will face at some point. While it is not an easy decision to make, filing for divorce can often be in the best interests of both spouses. Even though it is challenging to file the paperwork, that is only the beginning of the tough decisions and actions faced by spouses going through divorce.

One of the most contentious divorce issues is property division. Whether you were married for a few years or several decades, spouses bring various items into the marriage. However, couples are likely to accumulate much property over the course of their marriage. Thus, going through the process of divvying up property and determining who gets what is easier said than done. At Cruz & Bano, P.A., our law firm is dedicated to serving spouses in the Orlando area, helping them navigate the property distribution process.

With years of experience, our skilled legal team has encountered a wide variety of property division disputes; however, we have come up with real solutions for our clients, helping them meet their overall goals and needs. If a prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement we involved in a marriage, we will assess whether these documents detailed who gets what when it comes to marital property and assets. If these documents were not part of the union, we will carefully assess the items involved, determining what is characterized as separate property and marital property.

With the help of financial experts, we can determine if a spouse is hiding any assets, what the value of certain property is and how best to reach an equitable agreement. While this phase of the process can be complex and lengthy, we work hard to ensure that our numbers reach a favorable outcome for our clients.

To learn more, check out our law firm's property division website. Whether you view your divorce as simple or complex, property must still be divided during dissolution. Thus, ensuring the property division process is completely properly and fairly can help divorcing spouses avoid disputes during and even after dissolution.

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