Being married means that you and your spouse will share many things, from children and homes to pets and retirement funds. When you get divorced, untangling these shared assets can be one of the most difficult things to do.
Dividing up your assets in a divorce can be a frightening and frustrating experience. No matter how much money is at stake, people can be very protective of what they feel they deserve and go to great lengths to try and protect their financial future. If you are unfamiliar with laws regarding property division in Florida, you can be even more concerned about what you can expect as you navigate the divorce process.
We read plenty of stories about divorces that pit one spouse against the other; divorces that are taken over by disparaging accusations, refusals to compromise and attempts to punish an ex.