Division of Assets in Jacksonville
Jacksonville Property Division Attorney
Depending on the assets you hold, division of marital assets in a
divorce can be a very complex process. If you are considering divorce, it is in
your best interests to consult with a knowledgeable Jacksonville divorce
lawyer in Jacksonville. Professional and skilled legal counsel throughout
the divorce process can help ensure the best possible financial position
for you when the marriage is ended.
We have successfully handled a wide range of
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What is considered to be marital property?
Certain types of assets can complicate the process of equitable distribution
in Florida divorce cases. As an example, the following can all present
valuation and distribution challenges:
- Retirement accounts
- Stocks / stock options
- Real estate investments
- Art collections
Fortunately, our seasoned Jacksonville divorce attorney can help you determine
the value of your assets, what portion is marital, and what portion is
During a marriage, non-marital assets are sometimes combined with marital
assets, which makes it difficult to determine who gets what when the marriage
ends. For example, when one spouse has a 401(k) account before the marriage
which continues to accumulate during the marriage, it can be a complex
process to sort out which portion is separate property. Another example
is when one spouse's inheritance was used to purchase jointly-held
property. Let our firm assist you with your divorce.
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At the Law Offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A., we can evaluate your assets
and help you understand the process of equitable distribution. We can
help you arrive at an equitable asset division agreement between you and
your spouse. If you and your spouse cannot agree, we can protect your
interests in court.Our dedicated lawyers share more than 90 years of combined experience.
Contact the firm for knowledgeable assistance and effective representation in your divorce.