Property Settlement and Equitable Distribution
Under Florida law, the assets and debts of a married couple are divided “equitably” taking into account certain factors. It is important to hire an experienced family law attorney who can assist you in identifying marital assets, valuing them and obtaining the most beneficial division of the assets.
We Offer Creative Solutions for Dividing Marital Debt
With today’s troubled economy, many families are finding themselves overcome by debt. When filing for divorce, it is important to ensure debt is properly allocated between the parties.
If you are “upside down” on your home mortgage, Attorney Crabb works to find a creative solution. It may be possible to refinance your home loan, or otherwise divide the debt between the two of you. Structuring a trust to hold the property and waiting until the real estate market improves may also be an option.
A Time-Consuming, Costly Trial Is Not Your Only Option
In a contentious divorce, relationships often are wounded and money is spent that could be put to better use. In the end, often, no one really wins. Our goal is to help you cost-effectively negotiate an acceptable settlement without having to go to trial, if at all possible. With a collaborative divorce, you can minimize the expense, pain and devastation that comes with a highly litigated divorce. You are in control over important life decisions, such as child custody and time sharing. However, when a negotiated settlement is not possible, we will aggressively protect your interests in the courtroom.
With the help of one of our experienced divorce lawyers, you can reach your goals regarding:
- Property settlement and debt division agreements
- Alimony/spousal support
- Child custody and time sharing
- Child support
- Domestic violence
Contact Us Today
At Weber, Crabb & Wein, P.A., we can help you build a solid foundation for your future. Contact us at (727) 828-9919 to discuss efficient, effective divorce options.