Category Archives: Property Division
Is My Spouse Entitled To The Money In My Separate Bank Account In A Florida Divorce?
According to a survey conducted by the Bank of America, 28% of millennials are opting not to have a bank… Read More »
When Can A Judge Order Unequal Distribution Of Marital Assets In Florida?
When it comes to dividing marital property during divorce, Florida follows a rule known as “equitable distribution.” This does not… Read More »
How To Divide Marital Property When Mortgage Is Involved?
Diving property in a divorce is always complicated and confusing, especially when a mortgage is involved. If your marital house… Read More »
Can My Spouse Get Half Of My Property In A Florida Divorce?
Many people mistakenly believe that their spouse will get half of their property if they file for divorce. However, this… Read More »
How to Avoid Commingling of Assets and Ensure That Your Inheritance Remains Separate Property?
Under Florida law, any assets acquired by the spouses during the marriage are considered marital property and subject to equitable… Read More »
How is Marital Property Split During a Florida Divorce?
Like most other states, Florida law requires the parties’ marital property to be split in an equitable manner in the… Read More »
Is My Spouse Entitled to My Inheritance in a Florida Divorce?
If your marriage is headed for divorce, you probably want to protect your inheritance so that your spouse does not… Read More »
Property Division Issues That May Need to Be Revisited in Divorce Due to COVID-19
There is no question that the hardest hit family law issue thus far when it comes to the pandemic has… Read More »
How Do the Courts Determine Whether to Split Student Loan Debt in Divorce?
While most assets and debts follow the rule of when they were acquired to determine if they are affected by… Read More »