Complex Divorce Attorney in Orlando
Effectively Handling High-Asset Proceedings
Separating your life from your spouse can be both painful, complex, and costly. The actions of a vengeful spouse can take a heavy financial toll if you don't take steps to protect your financial interests. At Nix Law, P.A. in Orlando, we are here to help.
Attorney Mikaela Nix has dealt with many complex situations in men's divorce, including division of professional practices and other significant assets. As an attorney who is admitted into both family court and tax court, she can also protect you from the tax ramifications of marital property division. If you are going through a divorce, you have financial interests that need to be protected. If you think a difficult divorce is in your future, it's important to contact our attorney sooner rather than later.
Schedule an initial complimentary consultation today! Call our firm at (407) 634-1830. We serve Seminole, Osceola, and Volusia Counties.
Division of Significant Assets
If you own significant assets, it's important to have an attorney negotiate on your behalf. It's easy for emotions to take over when discussing division of significant assets with a spouse, especially if you are already on bad terms. Florida is known as an equitable division state, but that does not mean a court will divide property equally.
There are many factors that could affect how assets are divided, some examples include:
- You may think that a house or other property you owned before your marriage is yours to keep. However, if you refinanced the property and placed your spouse's name on the deed, a Florida judge would think of it as marital property. Your spouse would be entitled to her "equitable" share.
- If you place money or stock in a joint account, you have commingled it with marital assets. This means that all of the money or stock in the account may be considered marital assets.
- If you owned a business before your marriage and it increased in value during your marriage, your spouse may own an equitable share of the increase in value.
There are steps you can take to protect your financial interests in a separation or dissolution of marriage. The sooner you discuss your situation with an experienced attorney, the more likely you will obtain an effective plan of action.
Resolving Complex Dissolution of Marriage Issues
To protect your property interests in a high-net-worth or complex divorce, contact Nix Law, P.A. today. Our Orlando complex divorce attorney is highly skilled and well-versed in resolving divorce cases that involve significant assets and will help you create a plan that works best for your situation.
Direct, professional, informative, transparent, and honest. I am pleased with her and her team.- Mo H.
Quick to respond to emails and phone calls.- Amelia R.
Fathers Matter!- Yolanda R.
I really don’t know where I would be without her.- Jeremy T.
Mrs. Nix was always calm, confident, and extremely strategic with her approach to the ups and downs of our case.- Jarrel M.