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Tag Archives: Florida Marital Asset Distribution

Does Adultery Still Matter in a Florida Family Law Case?

By Steve W. Marsee |

Florida has been a ‘no-fault’ divorce state for many decades. Fault was removed as a factor in Florida divorces in 1971. Prior to that year, adultery was one of the grounds for a legal divorce. Nowadays, Florida divorces are generally sought on the grounds that a couple has ‘irreconcilable differences’. In other words, a… Read More »

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Is My Retirement Account a Marital Asset In Florida?

By Steve W. Marsee |

As a general rule, a retirement account, and any other assets obtained during a marriage, will be considered marital property for the purposes of asset division. The division of a retirement account can be among the biggest sticking points in a divorce case. This is not surprising, as these accounts are often one of… Read More »

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We Are Divorcing in Florida, What Do We Do With Our House?

By Steve W. Marsee |

There are few things more stressful than going through a divorce. Divorcing couples are forced to untangle deep and complex emotional and financial ties. Trying to determine what to do with the family home touches both the emotional and financial sides of a divorce. Not only is a house the biggest financial transaction that… Read More »

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Florida Court Issues Opinion in Complex Asset Distribution Case

By Steve W. Marsee |

Recently, Florida’s Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal issued a decision in the case of Mills v. Mills. The case involved a divorcing couple’s dispute over a $245,000 investment loss. Asset, and liability, distribution is a critical part of any Florida divorce case. If you are considering divorce, and you have any questions about the… Read More »

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