Panama City Beach Financial Affidavit Lawyers
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Under Florida law, a divorcing couple must provide full financial disclosure to proceed with a settlement agreement. This affidavit is required under Florida statute, and it is a crucial part of the divorce process to ensure equitable distribution of the couple’s assets. Even if your divorce is uncontested and you are still on good terms with your estranged spouse, you are still required to submit a financial affidavit. By itemizing your income, debts, assets, and liabilities, we can accurately determine your net worth.
Financial affidavits are useful to reach fair agreements on the following:
- Child support
- Equitable asset distribution, including division of property and which spouse will be accountable for specific debts
Our team of divorce attorneys at The Virga Law Firm, P.A. are dedicated to protecting your best interests as you move forward with your life. To schedule a consultation with a lawyer, contact us at (800) 822-5170 today.
Supportive Counsel You Can Rely On
Dividing financial assets is an important step in the divorce process. However, financial affidavit documents are complex and often confusing for those unfamiliar with Florida family law, and it can be stressful and overwhelming to itemize everything. Many find the financial affidavit invasive of their privacy, but it is necessary to protect your economic rights. To ensure the best outcome for yourself, it is very important to seek document preparation services from a skilled family law attorney. Our team will make sure your financial documents are properly prepared and filed with the appropriate court, and fight aggressively on your behalf for the best possible outcome.
Let us be your financial advocates. If you have questions regarding preparation of financial affidavits or anything related to divorce or family law, call us at The Virga Law Firm, P.A. today to schedule a same-day consultation.