Property Division

Navigating the Challenges in Your Life & Getting You the Resolution You Need

Orlando Property Division Attorney

Work with a Family Law Expert

How marital property and debts will be divided in a Florida divorce is often a contentious matter. If you and your spouse can come to a mutually-acceptable agreement, you may submit it to the court for approval. If you cannot, the matter will be decided by a divorce court judge. At Ilvento Law, P.A., our Board Certified Marital and Family Law Attorney can represent you with expert knowledge and proficiency in resolving this matter, whether through negotiation, collaborative law, or in the traditional manner in the courtroom. Our team approach is backed by more than 24 years of experience in marital and family law.

Discuss your legal options in regards to marital property division today! Contact us at (407) 898-0747 or fill out an online contact form.

How is Marital Property Divided in Florida?

Florida operates under the rule of “equitable distribution” when it comes to dividing marital assets and liabilities. Equitable distribution starts at 50/50, but can be unequal based upon certain factors, which are listed below. At Ilvento Law, P.A., we will work with you to find the best and most cost-effective way to resolve your dispute.

Factors that can affect how property is divided include:

  • The length of the marriage
  • The economic condition of each spouse
  • The contributions of each spouse
  • Who will remain in the marital home, if applicable
  • The debts incurred by each spouse
  • Whether either spouse dissipated funds or assets prior to the decision to divorce or after filing for divorce
  • The age, health, educational or training level of each spouse
  • Whether alimony is awarded
  • Child support

Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements

Another option for those concerned about marital property division lies in creating prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. These agreements will predetermine how assets are to be divided in a divorce. They are especially applicable to those who are thinking of divorce but uncertain if the relationship can be saved. A postnuptial agreement will take off any pressure to file for divorce while you and your spouse work on your relationship. The establishment of asset and debt division will be one less cause of conflict.

Learn more about how Ilvento Law, P.A. can assist you. Contact our firm at (407) 898-0747 to speak to our Orlando property division lawyer.

Family Law Questions & Answers

View Our Q&A Videos

How Do You File for a Divorce if Your Spouse Has Been Deported?

Providing Our Clients with

Thoughtful Counsel & Caring Support

  • Board Certified Specialist in Marital & Family Law
  • We Take a Team Approach With Each Case to Build the Best Strategy Possible
  • 24 Years of Experience Handling Complex Cases
  • We Focus on Each Client as an Individual and Create a Unique Plan to Fit Their Needs
To Top