Orlando Equitable Distribution Attorney
If you are going through a divorce, one of the more pressing issues on your mind is probably what will happen to your assets. You know that you entered the marriage with a certain amount of property. You know that you contributed to the purchase of most of your marital property. You have the right to expect fair distribution. We will stand beside you to help see that expectation met.
An initial consultation is available to you at no charge
E-mail or call us at 407-965-2256 to talk about equitable distribution of property with an experienced family law lawyer.
The office of Timothy W. Terry, Attorney at Law is ready to represent people in Orlando and throughout central Florida in all divorce matters.
In most cases, the marital assets involved are houses, cars and bank accounts. This property needs to be valued, and it needs to be determined whether it was acquired before or during the marriage. Other factors need to be taken into account as well.
In some cases, more complex situations arise and need to be resolved. Our extensive experience means that we are able to address the most complex property division issues, including those involving real estate holdings outside of the United States, retirement accounts and businesses. We are ready to help sort through this during your divorce.
Our Commitment to You
No matter what type of property is involved, you can trust that we will take great care to thoroughly prepare a case designed to get you a fair outcome.
Our law firm has more than 25 years of legal experience. We handle equitable distribution and all other aspects of divorce. Time and time again, we have heard from satisfied customers that they have appreciated our commitment to helping them get fair results. In fact, many of our clients are referred to us by former clients. Past clients trust us enough to send their family and friends to us. That, to us, is the strongest measure of success. We are prepared to show you how we can make your case a success.
For more information about how an experienced lawyer can help with equitable distribution, E-mail or call us at 407-965-2256.