Ensuring You Get Your Fair Share In Property Division
One of the things a divorce accomplishes is splitting up a couple’s assets and debts in a process called property division. This process can be painstaking and time-consuming and can inspire feelings of anxiety in those going through it. Without the proper legal guidance, the outcome could be disappointing.
At Grossman Family Law Firm LLC, Attorney Tamara Grossman helps Florida divorcees navigate this process more quickly and confidently. All the while, she works diligently to protect their interests and achieve their goals.
How Does Property Division Work In Florida?
When people get divorced in Florida, their marital property is divided equitably, which means that it is split depending on what’s fair in each individual case. An equitable division could result in an even 50/50 split, or it could be 60/40, 70/30, 80/20, and so on.
Factors that judges consider when determining an equitable division include:
- The length of the marriage
- How many minor children the couple has
- Each spouse’s assets, debts, income and earning potential
- Sacrifices each spouse made in their careers or education
- Contributions each spouse made to the other’s career or education
Each spouse’s physical and mental health may also come into play, along with any other relevant factors in a given case.
Attorney Grossman Makes A Difference In Property Division
Attorney Grossman has won awards for her skill in family law matters and divorce issues like property division. She is a certified family law mediator. Her track record is formidable, having achieved positive results in property division in many of her clients’ divorces.
She works hands-on with each of her clients, building relationships with them and earning their trust so they feel comfortable sharing the details of their most sensitive legal matters.
Combining her technical skills and her compassion toward her clients, she employs powerful legal strategies and works hard to achieve their goals.
Speak To A Broward County Divorce Attorney Today
If you are considering a divorce, reach out to learn more about how property division could look in your case. Attorney Grossman offers free initial consultations for new clients. Call CALL or request an appointment online.