Property Division

Property division, or equitable distribution, is often one of the more complex matters in a matrimonial dissolution. A “50-50” split of the assets and liabilities is not what is meant by the term equitable, rather it means that the court will look to divide the property between the parties in a fair manner based on numerous factors. One consideration the court must determine is whether the property in question is marital or non-marital. This is an essential determination because depending on the determination the court will either use it in the distribution or not.

The family law attorneys at Furr and Cohen understand the need to recognize and account for all property, as well as the rules of law defining marital and non-marital property. The firm’s attorneys are experienced in valuation matters and understand the complexities of pension and retirement plans, investments, insurance policies and other property.

Experienced Family Law Representation, Committed To Your Best Interests

At FurrCohen, P.A., our firm has been helping people through challenging situations such as divorce and other family law matters for more than 30 years. During these decades of serving our clients’ needs, we have acquired a tremendous depth of skill and experience that allow us to help our clients navigate the most difficult and stressful situations. We understand how difficult such matters are, and we are committed to helping our clients find their way through.

Contact The Boca Raton Family Law Attorneys At FurrCohen, P.A.

If you are facing a challenging family law issue, turn to the highly skilled and experienced attorneys at FurrCohen, P.A. Our firm is committed to helping people effectively resolve their issues and secure the resolution they need.

Please contact our Boca Raton, Fl office to speak with our family law lawyers, call 561-395-0500 or contact us online.

Our Team

Aaron A. WernickAaron A. Wernick
My restructuring and insolvency practice focuses on helping businesses, investors, and individuals maintain current assets and business structure while reducing existing debt load.

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Alvin S. GoldsteinAlvin S. Goldstein
Achieving success means caring about my clients, often providing financial advice to address their whole situation, not just the bankruptcy.

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Jason S. RigoliJason S. Rigoli
I utilize my understanding of business and knowledge of bankruptcy law to help clients thrive in the future.

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Marc P. BarmatMarc P. Barmat
I always keep in mind how to provide the best financial benefit to my clients, helping them to retain as many assets as possible and move forward with their lives or businesses.

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Alan R. CraneAlan R. Crane
Whether in bankruptcy or divorce, my goal is to help clients find creative solutions to complex problems so they can move forward from a very difficult time to a brighter more secure future.

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Robert C. FurrRobert C. Furr
The Bankruptcy code is complex and constantly evolving. I give clients the benefit of expertise and experience in utilizing the law successfully to protect their interests.

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Charles I. CohenCharles I. Cohen
I feel like I've accomplished something when I help people navigate a difficult stage and move forward with their lives.

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