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When a divorce occurs in Central Florida, it is inevitable that the marital property will need to be divided. Unless one spouse simply has no desire to obtain any amount of the marital property, which our lawyers know is a rare case, a central Florida divorce attorney can be extremely helpful during the equitable distribution process. It is ideal for both parties to come to an agreement on their own terms about how the marital property will be divided, but in the event that this type of agreement is not possible, a equitable distribution lawyer from Young DeLoach PLLC can help both parites come to a resolution. If the parties cannot agree, a complaint for equitable distribution can be filed in order for the court to decide how the property will be divided. In this situation, it is especially important to have a lawyer looking out for your best interests and protecting what is rightfully yours.
Once the case goes to court, both parties will undergo mandatory mediation in order to determine the distribution of the marital property. Having a lawyer to help during mediation can be a priceless tool, as they know exactly how to approach your spouse in order to make a good case for getting you what you want. Compromises are almost always necessary parts of mediation processes, and with the help of an attorney you will be better equipped to navigate the equitable distribution process.
Questions for a Central Florida equitable distribution attorney?
Working out property division requires skill and an intimate knowledge of family law in Florida. It is to be expected that you may have questions, concerns or feel apprehension about the possible outcome of your divorce. Your equitable distribution lawyer at Young DeLoach PLLCwill be able to answer your questions about your case.
During the equitable distribution mediation process, the lawyers for both sides will be present, as well as you and your spouse. Discussions will take place. If the matter cannot be settled this way, an order for equitable distribution will be entered, and a judge will ultimately decide how to distribute the marital property. Chances are, you have worked very hard to accumulate assets during your marriage, so do not risk losing what is important to you by hiring an inexperienced lawyer. The attorneys at Young DeLoach PLLC have a wealth of experience working with clients during the equitable distribution process, and know exactly how to handle your case in order to preserve what you have worked so hard for.
To schedule an appointment and discuss how we can help you, contact Young DeLoach PLLC today or call 407-422-4000 Orlando 386-308-8810 Daytona Beach.
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