A divorce can have a large impact on, among other things, a person’s finances. Florida law calls the division of the marital estate “equitable distribution.” Throughout a dissolution of marriage, it is important to look towards the future and work towards ensuring financial stability as a single person. Below are articles that discuss some practical items to consider during the equitable distribution process. Before any actions are taken regarding any financial matters, it is always best to first consult with an attorney. Each person’s case is individual and all the recommendations in these articles may not apply. These articles are provided as lists of possible topics to consider and discuss with a licensed marital and family law attorney. Sessums Black, PA believes in individualized representation because each client’s financial situation is unique and the attorneys strive to provide clients with top quality legal representation throughout the dissolution of marriage proceedings.
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