By Lawrence S. Katz | Published November 15, 2019 | | |
- Complex Matrimonial Matters
- Domestic Violence
- International Family Law
- Interstate International Child Abduction
Before distributing assets in a divorce, a judge will first determine which assets are “marital” and which assets are “nonmarital.” Under Florida law, marital assets are those acquired during the marriage, either individually or jointly. This means that every dollar you make while married is considered marital property. Nonmarital assets are assets acquired prior to Read MoreRead More
For many years, Lawrence S. Katz has helped clients in Florida, throughout the United States and abroad. He has earned an excellent worldwide reputation for providing knowledgeable, quality representation in cross border family law matters and child abduction. He serves as counsel, co-counsel, consultant and expert witness.