When a married couple chooses to end a marriage in divorce, the marital property and assets must be divided in order to finalize the divorce.
In most situations, the division of marital property, and the equitable distribution of other assets is a highly contested part of the divorce process. Marital property and assets may include not only that which has been obtained during the course of the marriage, but property and assets which were brought into the marriage that were shared by the couple during the marriage.
Negotiating how your property and assets will be distributed when ending a marriage is typically handled through mediation, with the assistance of your attorney or lawyer. The goal of mediation is to provide a forum to effectively resolve disputes regarding the martial property and assets which leads to a fair and reasonable resolution which both parties can live with.
Call Central Florida Divorce and Family Law Lawyer, Gail Cheatwood today at 863.686.0975.
Marital Property and Assets which are often in dispute during the equitable distribution process includes, but is not limited to: