The Premier Law Firm of Daytona Beach For Complex Divorce Property Division
Division of assets can become one of the most difficult and drawn-out parts of divorce, especially if you and your spouse own significant wealth. But it does not have to be this way. A capable and experienced divorce attorney can help you streamline the process while both preserving your property interests and reducing the potential strife between yourself and your ex.
At Doran Sims Wolfe Ciocchetti & Yoon, we have more than 140 years of collective experience practicing Florida law. We help high-income people in Daytona Beach and the entire Halifax area reach a divorce settlement that balances their financial rights with their desire to avoid a long, expensive legal fight.
Florida Property Division Basics
Because Florida is an equitable division state, divorcing spouses must divide their jointly owned marital property in a way that is fair to both. We will help you find a reasonable solution to your asset division, no matter how valuable or complex your total assets are. Examples of property we regularly help our divorce clients with include:
- Ownership in a business
- Other investments, including 401(k)s and Roth IRAs
- Real estate holdings, including your family home and rental properties
- Bank accounts
- Antiques, artwork and other valuable objects (known as “chattels”)
- Family pets
We offer creative solutions that allow you to keep your business intact while also making sure you are on a solid financial footing long-term. If you did not work during the marriage, you likely still own an equitable portion of the assets. We will explain the divorce process to you, answer all of your questions, and make sure we understand your individual needs and goals. Your Doran Sims Wolfe Ciocchetti & Yoon lawyer will personally handle every step of your case and make themselves available to answer your questions whenever you call or email.
Make Sure Your Divorce Is Handled Correctly The First Time
Your choice of divorce attorney makes a huge difference. We urge you to contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our attorneys. Call 386-245-6284 or email us to get started.