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Understanding How Equitable Distribution Plays Out In A Florida Divorce

One of the most difficult aspects to agree upon in a divorce settlement is the division of property. When two people are married, they accumulate a vast amount of belongings, assets and other property that may not be considered “his” or “hers” at first, which becomes a problem should the couple decide to dissolve their marriage.

Upon divorce, these things are often fought over in a contested divorce, or become a major point of dispute during mediation or collaboration. If you are considering divorce, consult with a Punta Gorda divorce lawyer to ensure your representation is adequately experienced and aggressive enough to win the settlement you deserve.

Without Proper Legal Guidance, You Could Lose Out A Fair Settlement

Equitable distribution of marital property is nearly impossible to obtain without the assistance of an excellent attorney. At Leskovich Law Group, P.A., in Punta Gorda, we have extensive experience in divorce law and are prepared to litigate on your behalf or counsel you through the collaborative process to ensure that you obtain the settlement you deserve.

Without proper counsel, you could lose your property to the other party in an unfair settlement. Contact our office today for the legal assistance you need.

Reach Out To Schedule A Free Consultation To Talk About Your Marital Assets

Call Leskovich Law Group, P.A. or complete our free case evaluation form to submit your information online.

We have over 50 years of collective experience and are prepared to guide and support you through every step of your divorce. Our team is also capable of providing aggressive representation in the event of divorce litigation, so do not hesitate to contact us as soon as possible for the guidance and representation you need to win a fair settlement.