More Than 20 Years Of Experience Dividing Assets Equitably
When dividing property, assets and debts in a divorce, you have a lot to lose. It is important to have an advocate on your side through negotiations, mediation or litigation. When you work with a skilled family law attorney, you also have a lot to gain.
Tonya D. Cromartie of The Law Office of Tonya D. Cromartie, P.A., is here to assist you. She provides caring, knowledgeable representation for clients throughout the Dayton Beach metro area. The property division process can feel stressful, but she will guide you through it and help you at every step.
Equitable Division: What To Know
When it comes to property distribution, every state in the U.S. abides by either equitable distribution or community property laws. Florida is an equitable distribution state, meaning that spouses must divide their assets and debts equitably in a divorce. This does not necessarily mean a 50-50 split. It means that the division arrangement should be equitable and fair to each partner.
Granted, this leaves a lot of room for interpretation. What one person considers equitable is not always what another one does. It is critical to have an attorney who can advocate for you so you have a better chance of receiving an outcome to your legal problem that preserves your best interests.
Need A Certified Mediator?
The Florida Board of Legal Specialization and Education has certified Tonya in family mediation. She can serve as a neutral mediator if you and your spouse already have attorneys. If you are seeking representation, she can advocate for you in your mediation sessions.
Ready To Help You With Property Division
For assistance with all issues related to asset and property distribution, contact The Law Office of Tonya D. Cromartie, P.A. Tonya strives to remain available and provide prompt communication for all clients. To reach her to discuss an initial consultation, call 386-319-2658 or send her an email.