The division of property and debts during a divorce can have a lasting effect on both spouses. Individual retirement plans, pensions and investments must be identified and characterized before they can be divided. Debts such as loans and bank notes must also be accounted for, as well as the property to which they are associated. Items that hold sentimental value are among the most difficult property to divide.
Due to the complexity and detail involved with asset and debt allocation during a divorce, it is best to work with an experienced family law lawyer. The law firm of McMann, P.A., works on behalf of divorcing clients across central Florida. Protecting clients’ rights and their financial futures is paramount here.Guiding Clients Toward Successful Solutions For The Future
Divorce means the end of a shared life together. Emotions can run high and disputes can escalate. Lakeland marital property division attorney Mark McMann is dedicated to providing clients with the guidance and support they need, coupled with knowledgeable legal advice.
The firm addresses the division of marital assets, including:
- Retirement benefits (pensions)
- Business interests
- Bank accounts
- Personal property and other things of value
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In addition, debts must be divided and accounted for such as:
Credit card accounts
You or your spouse may also have assets or liabilities that are considered nonmarital and, therefore, should be awarded to only one party. Tracing the origins of such property is difficult and requires professional assistance.
Contact the firm today for a free consultation. You can reach us by calling 863-393-9010.
Appointments after-hours and on weekends are available. The firm accepts credit and debit cards.