Property Division

Property Division in Divorce

One of the most complex aspects of family law is property division in divorce. Spouses can try to hide their assets or can value their assets differently. Even if all assets are known and carefully valued, dividing the assets can be contentious and complex.

Those with larger estates need especially experienced attorneys. The lawyers of Heller & Heller, P.A., have more than 31 years of experience handling hundreds of divorce cases. As a small law firm, they can fully devote their knowledge and experience to your divorce case.

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In Florida, property division in divorce is begun by deciding what parts of an estate constitute marital property and what parts constitute nonmarital property. Marital property was gained during the marriage, and must be split between spouses. Nonmarital property was gained before the marriage, and is retained by the original owner.

For some assets, it is very well settled what constitutes marital property and what constitutes nonmarital property. But for many assets, it is much more debatable. It is important to hire an attorney who can make a convincing case for the designations that best help your financial outlook.

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Heller & Heller, P.A. is a two-lawyer firm that believes in close communication with each client. Our lawyers work for you, not the other way around -- we never make you feel ignored or neglected. We give you several options, make sure you understand the implications of each one and then guide you through the divorce process.

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