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Orlando Complex Property Division Lawyer

Decisions regarding the division of assets and debt that have accrued during a marriage can be among the more stressful aspects of divorce. This may be particularly so if the divorcing parties have a high net worth.

Protecting your financial interests in these situations is critical. It requires the assistance of family law attorneys who have experience sorting through complex financial issues and standing firm when determining equitable distribution of assets.

At Anderson & Ferrin, Attorneys at Law, P.A., our Orlando complex property division lawyers have the training and work experience that provides a full understanding of complex financial matters. This is due in part to our extensive work in bankruptcy law, which is another area in which we focus on protecting our clients’ financial interests and putting them in the best possible position at the resolution of their case.

We Use The Law To Protect Your Financial Interests

By meticulously developing a comprehensive overview of our clients’ holdings, we are able to advocate aggressively on their behalf, whether that is during negotiations or in courtroom litigation. Often in high-asset divorces, we use forensic accountants, business evaluators and other financial professionals to help us accurately value your marital estate.

We have a thorough understanding and extensive experience with a number of aspects common to high-asset divorces, including:

  • Determining the validity of prenuptial or postnuptial agreements
  • Business valuation
  • Division of investment real estate and complex stock holdings
  • Equitable division of pensions and retirement accounts
  • Asset discovery to uncover hidden assets

What Factors Impact Property Division?

Florida judges weigh a number of factors when determining how to arrive at an equitable division of property, including the length of the marriage, each spouse’s economic circumstances, each spouse’s contribution to the marriage and either spouse’s contribution to the career or educational opportunities of the other spouse.

Our Orlando high-asset divorce lawyers are prepared to protect your interests and fight for what is rightly yours. We know how to develop and present the strongest possible argument regarding property division.

Call 407-412-7041 or use our online contact form to schedule a free consultation. We will provide you straight answers to your questions regarding complex property division or any family law matter.

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