In any given divorce case in Florida, property division can quickly become the most contested issue. And, even if the divorcing couple is approaching the case amicably, sometimes the sheer amount and value of assets and debts involved can make this issue complex. So, are you facing a complex property division issue in a divorce case in Florida?
If so, it can be easy to think that the issue is seemingly insurmountable. But, there is almost always a solution to be found. Complex property division issues oftentimes involve assets such as business interests, real estate and fluctuating financial accounts – such as re6tirement or investment accounts. Proceeding through the assets and debts methodically, finding everything that needs to be addressed and then working through a way to split the assets and debts is oftentimes a detailed, step-by-step process.
What’s your solution?
Each divorce case is unique, so the best way for one divorcing couple to address a complex property division issue might be much different than it is for another. Oftentimes, direct negotiations between the parties can be fruitful, even in the most contentious of divorce cases. If that option seems unlikely to solve the issue, some people find that engaging in alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation, can help bridge the gap on some of the more contentious details of the issue.
Ultimately, however, some divorcing couples will see this issue remain unsolved until courtroom litigation becomes absolutely necessary. Your solution will need to be the best one for your case. For more information about how we attempt to help divorcing couples in Florida with complex property division issues, please visit our website.