Pace Property and Debt Division Lawyers
Serving Escambia, Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton Counties
Pursuing the Assets You Hold Most Dear
In any divorce, the division of marital property and debts ranks just behind child custody as the most emotionally charged issue to be determined. Whether you are undergoing an amicable parting of ways, or are embroiled in a highly contentious split, it is important to pursue the asset division you feel offers you the best chance to restart your life post-divorce.
At the law office of Michael J. Griffith, P.A., our Pace property and debt division attorneys leverage more than 35 years of combined experience to offer divorce representation to clients throughout the Florida Panhandle. With your best interests and your future always in mind, we will fight to help you pursue the equitable division of assets that you deserve.
Creating Realistic Goals and Aggressively Pursuing Them
Over our many years in practice, we have learned that the most important first step in any divorce process is to help you create realistic goals. Unfortunately, it is very uncommon for one spouse to receive all of the couple’s assets in a divorce; it’s just as uncommon for the couple’s debts to be thrust on one spouse.
By carefully examining your situation, including the accumulated debts and property you’ve gathered over your marriage, we work to provide the advice you need to understand what you can realistically expect from your proceedings.
Once you have set goals, we will work as aggressively as needed to help you reach them. Throughout your proceedings, we will constantly fight to protect your best interests and your future, and will provide the assertive negotiation or aggressive court room representation needed to help you secure a comfortable future following your divorce.
Comprehensive Guidance during Debt and Property Division Proceedings
Some divorces are healthy splits that involve cooperation and collaborative negotiation. Others are drop down, drag out fights over the very last penny the couple has earned in their time together. Our staff is well versed in handling both types of proceedings, and will tailor our representation directly to you and your personality.
To insure that every asset and debt is accounted for, we will consult with accountants. We’ve even been known to hire private investigators when clients suspect that their spouse of hiding money or other assets.
Whatever your specific needs may be, we will always be available to discuss your concerns and answer your questions, whenever they arise. Contact our office online or call 850-433-9922 to discuss your property and debt division concerns with one of our experienced lawyers.