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Keep The Focus On Your Future During Your Florida Divorce

For almost everyone, a divorce is a sad ending to a phase of life. It is also the marker of a new beginning. Whether you were happy in your marriage and the divorce has rocked your sense of security or you were unhappy and divorce will bring relief, strong emotions are nearly always part of the package.

Everyone reacts differently to the stress. Some want to walk away as quickly and simply as possible and do not want to haggle over assets at all. Others want to fight to keep as much personal property as possible, regardless of what might seem equitable.

Whatever your perspective on the dissolution of your marriage and your change of lifestyle, it is important to keep your wits about you during property division negotiations. One of the greatest benefits of working with a skilled, dedicated divorce attorney is the opportunity to tap into that lawyer’s knowledge and steadying influence. At The Gufford Law Firm, P.A., in South Florida, our attorneys put their 50 years of experience to work for every client.

Don’t Leave Assets On The Table Unaware

Our law firm is well-equipped to protect your interests in areas of property division, such as:

  • Real estate
  • Investment accounts
  • Retirement assets
  • Business ownership

These are just a few things you need to keep a close eye on. If you are our family law client, we will help prevent you from ignoring important matters like stock portfolios and executive compensation packages.

What Does Your Tax Expert Say?

Some methods of dividing assets will have an impact on your overall taxation picture. Our law firm is interested in helping you keep assets in the family. As one household becomes two households, it is easy to overlook details that can have long-term ramifications in your financial life after a divorce. As needed, we will work closely with your tax attorney, broker, appraisers and other professionals who can help you anticipate how your property division settlement will affect you in the long term.

Let’s Talk

You are likely to have questions related to your property division challenges and uncertainties. That’s what we’re here for. We would appreciate the opportunity to guide you through the legal processes ahead in your Florida divorce. Call 772-221-1922 or 866-603-9936 or send an email message through this website to request a consultation.