Arriving at a fair and equitable division of property in divorce can be a difficult process for many people. Changes in the economy have shifted the focus of property division discussions in many households in Florida.
Traditionally, the marital home was a main point of contention in family court. However, some homeowners no longer have significant equity in the home, making other marital assets more important. In other households, multiple properties may have differing values of equity and analyzing the capital gains consequences is critical in determining the fair market value of different assets.
Get Goal-Oriented, Client-Centered Representation
At Sarah Sultenfuss, P.A., based in Dade City, Florida, we understand that there is no one-size-fits-all method to resolving property division disputes in divorce. We invest the time to learn the most important interests of each client we represent to provide compassionate, honest advice concerning the legal options available.
We look deep to determine the full extent of the marital estate and provide straightforward answers to empower our clients to make informed decisions. Our top priority is in guiding clients through a difficult time to obtain the most favorable and just outcome in every case.
Our law firm is dedicated to guarding clients’ rights across the spectrum of property division concerns, including:
- The primary home, vacation properties and real estate investments
- Businesses and professional practices
- Retirement accounts, 401(k)s, pensions and IRAs
- Protecting rights with properly drafted QDROs
- Stocks, bonds and investment accounts
- Valuable assets, including art and jewelry
What Equitable Division Means For You
Florida is an equitable division state, which means that assets and liabilities are not always split straight down the middle. The nuances of equitable distribution and the unique goals of each client are vital concerns of our firm. Attorney Sarah Baker Sultenfuss is a strong negotiator. She has substantial trial experience to guard your rights in court if the other side is unreasonable at the negotiating table.
Turn To A Trusted Family Law Attorney
To arrange a free initial consultation with a respected family law lawyer, send us an email using the online contact form or call 352-567-7793. Serving Hernando County, Pasco County, Sumter County, and surrounding areas.