One of the most contentious issues in a divorce case is often the division of property acquired during the marriage. Florida requires that all common property be distributed equitably. Often, however, disputes arise regarding what, exactly, is a fair and equitable division of assets.
Because of the disagreements that can arise surrounding the division of your property, it's important to have a strong ally to advocate on your behalf during all aspects of your divorce proceeding. Pensacola divorce attorney James M. Burns has the knowledge and skill you need to ensure that your interests are protected during property division.
Protecting Your Interests And Assets During Your Divorce
When you are going through a divorce in Florida, it's important to understand that equitable distribution does not translate into equal division. That is to say, some individuals have the notion that their common property will simply be divided 50-50. However, that is not usually possible, and instead, the courts will seek to do what is fair and just for everyone involved. Some considerations include:
- The value of the property
- The income-producing abilities of each party
- The economic needs of each individual following the divorce
- Special needs or considerations
Mr. Burns is an accomplished divorce attorney with more than 15 years of experience helping clients just like you. He is licensed to assist clients with family law matters in both Florida and Alabama. He will protect your interests, make your concerns known to the judge in your case and keep you informed of all developments that arise during the process. This allows you to make intelligent decisions that will help ensure that your rights, property and interests are upheld and protected.
When you need an aggressive advocate who is compassionately concerned about the difficulties you are facing, consult James M. Burns.
Call Now To Obtain Skilled Help During Your Property Division
Seek a divorce lawyer who is truly concerned with your outcome. Call James M. Burns at 850-462-8423 or complete a brief online form to schedule your free initial consultation.