Managing The Division Of Your Assets
At the law firm of James R. Schaffer, P.A., we understand that you have worked hard toward building your success. The divorce process affects your finances and property. We have over 20 years of litigation experience and a reputation for being honest, aggressive advocates on behalf of our clients.
Dedicated To Protecting Your Financial Security
Whether your divorce is amicable or contested, money and property disputes can arise. There can be a lot at stake financially, and an experienced asset division attorney can help ensure that you receive a fair portion of the assets in your divorce.
Efficiently And Effectively Handling Your High Net Worth Divorce
Florida is an equitable distribution state. Contrary to popular belief, equitable distribution does not necessarily mean equal distribution. During the divorce process, your property and debts will be divided in a manner that the courts deem as fair.
Items that may be divided between parting spouses include the following and more:
- Business interests
- Retirement accounts and benefits
- Real estate property
- Real estate investments
- Personal property
- Bank accounts
- Stock portfolios
- Private equity funds
- Stock and partnership holdings
- Executive compensation plans
Conflicts can arise when the value of assets and property is disputed or one party suspects that the other has failed to fully disclose all assets. There may also be disagreement as to what items are considered marital property. When it comes to division of assets, an experienced lawyer can help fight for fair distribution.
Creative Solutions For Complex Divorces
At James R. Schaffer, P.A., we understand that the divorce process can be emotionally exhausting. It may be difficult to recollect what assets and debts you have accumulated throughout your marriage — especially if your spouse handled the finances. We use a variety of legal discovery tools to help ensure that all assets are disclosed and valued properly. If you are going through a divorce and will be facing high-asset property division, contact us at our Tampa office today. Call 813-314-7218 to set up an appointment with an advocate you can count on.