No Asset, High Debt Divorce

Jacksonville, FL Complex Divorce Attorney Helps Families Deal with Fair Debt Division

Under Florida law, any assets and debts acquired during marriage are presumed marital and are divided 50/50. However, this property division can involve many elements, like excessive credit card debt, student loan debt, or even the presence of a family-owned business. Debt division may also be affected by other aspects of a divorce, such as an alimony payment schedule or the parenting time both parents spend with the children. An experienced lawyer is necessary to make sure things are done right and that all things are taken into account so that things truly are divided fairly.
Northern Florida divorce lawyer Maria Rogers will do everything within the power of the law to make sure that you are not saddled with an unfair share of the debt.

Fair Division of Debt

Because Florida is an equitable distribution state, all debts and assets acquired during the marriage is considered to be equally shared, and must be divided “fairly.” However, “fair” does not necessarily mean split down the middle. Duval County No Asset Divorce Attorney has experience in helping families divide the debts and assets of their married life, and protecting the rights of her clients. She works with people who are in the midst of high stakes divorces, to those who have little money and lots of debt. She will work with you to make sure that you receive fair and just treatment in your divorce.

Debts and Assets

Divorce can be heartbreaking for you and your family. Florida’s equitable distribution divorce laws make sure that everything you have earned, saved or accrued becomes subject to division, including:

  • The family home
  • Commercial real estate holdings
  • Pension and retirement accounts
  • Mortgage and credit card debt
  • Cars, boats or recreational vehicles
  • Investments, including the family-owned business
  • Mortgages
  • Credit card debt
  • Home equity lines of credit
  • Vehicle loans

Call Attorney Rogers Today

Jacksonville divorce attorney Rogers knows how hard this all can be. Not only are you dealing with financial constraints, possible child custody issues, and the breakdown of your marriage, but you also have to determine who will be stuck with what bill. Attorney Rogers wants to protect your financial interests so that you can keep more of what you have worked hard to build. She works tirelessly to reach your goals and objectives for your divorce, and works efficiently to keep costs down. Call her today at her office in Jacksonville, FL at (904) 352-2459 to begin discussing your high debt, complex Florida divorce.