Complex asset division requires experience and it is one of the most contentious issues in divorce cases. Further, to define what is to be considered a pre-marital, non-marital or marital asset or liability can be another area of great contest, and requires an attorney with knowledge and experience. There are some instances when a client may benefit from requesting an unequal distribution of marital assets or liabilities, however this will depend on the facts of the case. No matter what your net worth may be, everyone deserves to know their rights and to be sure they are receiving or waiving, with knowledge, what they may be entitled to through their dissolution action. At Schwam-Wilcox & Associates, let our attorneys assist you in navigating through your simple or complex distribution of assets and liabilities. Knowing the way to distribute assets can help the clients feel more whole at the conclusion of their case. The attorneys will give you the information you need to determine if your assets are marital, non-marital, or a commingled asset that is subject to distribution. In order to give the court the ability (jurisdiction) to distribute assets of a family owned corporation or business, that corporation or business must be joined as a party. You will need to have an attorney that has the knowledge and the skill to accomplish your “joinder” needs to get you the assets you deserve.
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If you have the need to divide complex assets within your dissolution matter (Equitable Distribution) and need the assistance of an attorney in Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake or other counties throughout Florida call Schwam-Wilcox & Associates at 407-245-7700, or Contact Us by completing the form below to schedule a consultation. Schwam-Wilcox & Associates is a firm you can trust, and our attorneys are ready to help you with your legal needs. The main office is conveniently located near Winter Park in Orlando, with appointments also available in Lake Mary and The Villages.