Addressing Your Concerns For Equitable Distribution And Alimony
Money and assets remain a big concern in any marriage as well as any divorce. When couples separate and take the steps toward divorce, these issues come to the forefront. What assets are now up for grabs? In addition, the lower-earning or nonearning spouse will have concerns about alimony.
If you are going through a divorce and have questions about the equitable distribution of assets as well as alimony/spousal support, you need to retain an aggressive, seasoned and understanding family law attorney. From my office in Boynton Beach, Florida, I am prepared to help you protect your assets and secure what is rightfully yours.
Negotiating And Litigating
I am attorney Cynthia M Pyfrom, and I have practiced law since 2013 but have spent the past two decades working in the legal field. I understand family law and the concerns you have, because I, too, have gone through a divorce. When it comes to asset division and alimony, I will explain to you the legal options that will best protect you.
Florida is among many states that follow the laws of equitable distribution. In this context, “equitable” means what the court considers to be fair. It is crucial to understand that with asset division and alimony, parting spouses can negotiate and settle out of court, but litigate when necessary.
Marital property is accumulated during the marriage. This property – which may include home, real estate, investments, retirement accounts and businesses – is subject to being divided through the courts or by mediators.
Addressing Your Alimony Concerns
Courts may deem alimony necessary by reviewing the following details:
- The income and earnings of both spouses
- The length of the marriage
- Each spouse’s needs, including physical and mental states as well as financial ability
- The financial investments that each person brought to the marriage
I will guide you in securing the best results possible, whether in alimony or equitable distribution of assets.
Gain Insight From A Skilled Family Law Attorney
With divorce, financial matters become a major part of the discussion and settlement. This includes the equitable distribution of assets and alimony. Cynthia M. Pyfrom, P.A., in Boynton Beach, Florida, has a keen understanding of family law. I am experienced, compassionate and assertive. Please contact me online or call 561-354-0403.