how marital property is divided during divorce
How is marital property divided in Florida? It’s a question many clients face when they go through a divorce. The Filler & Hedum Law Firm provides expert Florida divorce lawyers who can help you with the process of equitable distribution.
Florida law defines marital assets and debts as those accumulated during the marriage. The process of distributing those assets and debts is called equitable distribution. This means assets and debts are equally distributed to each party, no matter whether the husband or wife bought the asset or incurred the debt.
Types of assets considered in equitable distribution:
Types of debts considered in equitable distribution:
Any asset or debt identified as non-marital (meaning that it was acquired or incurred before the marriage) is not part of equitable distribution.
To learn more about equitable distribution in Florida, call the Filler & Hedum Law Firm in Longwood, Florida. We’ve helped clients in Seminole, Orange, Volusia and Lake Counties handle the fair and equitable distribution of marital assets and debts.
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