John Ramsey Jr PA



Property division can often be one of the most highly -contested and emotional issues in a divorce. Florida is an equitable distribution state, which means there is a legal presumption that both spouses have an equal interest in marital assets and equal responsibility for marital debts.

Before any property division can occur, a determination must be made as to whether property is marital or non-marital. For example, if one of the spouses singularly owned the item prior to the marriage, it may not be considered marital property. If the item was purchased after the beginning of the marriage, it is generally considered marital property, however, Each situation requires a detailed analysis which may reverse these legal presumptions.

The Law Office of John A. Ramsey, Jr. is Dedicated to protecting our clients' interests Our lawyers have developed a broad network of professionals skilled in the practice of asset valuation. By utilizing the skill of these experts and working hands-on with our clients, we work to negotiate amicable property division agreements. This saves clients the expense, time and uncertainty associated with having the court determine how the property will be divided.

We have experience with the proper inventory, categorization, valuation and equitable division of a wide variety of types of property. We provide services such as:

  • Determination of marital and non-marital property and debts
  • Characterization of inherited property
  • Fair valuation of property and debts
  • Disposition of privately held businesses
  • Business succession planning
  • Valuation of 401(k) plans, IRAs and other retirement accounts
  • Third party forensic accounting and appraisal services

We work to protect our clients' interests and negotiate a fair division of their marital assets.

Contact our offices to schedule an appointment today to speak with an attorney about your property division issues.