Dividing Property In Florida Divorce

Dividing your real estate, assets and debts in the divorce process isn't always straightforward — especially if you and your spouse disagree on how property should be divided. Most often, you need an attorney to assist with issues that arise concerning asset and debt division.

You can turn to The Law Offices of Patrick L. Cordero, PA Attorneys at Law, for guidance, support and advocacy. We are ready to work with you to help reach a fair divorce settlement. Our lawyers work with clients in Miami and throughout South Florida in divorce, property division and related family law issues. We offer comprehensive legal representation for our clients.

Dividing Assets And Debts In A Property Settlement

Florida is an equitable distribution state (not a community property state) when it comes to property division, which means that property is divided fairly in divorce. It is important to understand that "fairly" does not always mean "equally." If you and your spouse cannot reach an agreement, the court will look at your situation and make a fair decision based on the circumstances of your case.

We can help with valuating your estate, including asset and business valuation. Once the value of your property is determined, we can explain how the unique circumstances of your situation could impact the court's decision.

A Unique Approach To Every Case

One of the numerous benefits to working with The Law Offices of Patrick L. Cordero, PA Attorneys at Law, is that we tailor our services to meet your specific needs. We recognize that all divorce cases are different, which is why we approach every situation from a unique perspective.

Contact Us To Schedule Your First Meeting — It's On Us

At The Law Offices of Patrick L. Cordero, PA Attorneys at Law, there is no charge for the first consultation. Please call 305-445-4855 to schedule a meeting with one of our divorce lawyers. You can also contact our Miami firm online.