Whether through a family inheritance, a startup business entity that has grown substantially through the years or a profitable rental property empire - some couples who end up filing for divorce have significant assets to divide.
In the state of Florida, marital property is part of the marital estate and subject to equitable distribution. Alternately, absent any written agreement, non-marital or separate property stays with the original owner and does not get divided.
However, property division in a divorce gets tricky when nonmarital assets are comingled with marital property.
Cobb Cole was recently mentioned in an article by Melanie Hanns Embry Riddle Newsroom.
Michael Snzapstajler was featured in a recent story by Clayton Park News/Journal.
The beginning of a business venture is an exciting time for everyone involved. Partners meet to discuss the initial strategies. Discussions focus on products and services, operating procedures, marketing, cost-benefit analyses and other issues essential to getting a business off the ground.
However, one issue that many startups fail to consider is the end-game. With all the more immediate concerns, it is easy to postpone or ignore the strategies for breakups, liquidation and other long-ranging concerns that seem such a long way down the road. But being prepared is the best way to insure success.
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Tom Leek, a prominent Republican attorney, was elected Tuesday to the Florida House of Representatives.
DAYTONA BEACH - Brown & Brown has scored a victory in its court battle with rival AssuredPartners Inc.
Veteran area attorney Kathleen Crotty has joined the Cobb Cole law firm as a partner.
The seven firms include: International Speedway Corp., DuvaSawko, Cobb Cole, FireSpring Fund, James Moore & Co., Vann Data Services, venVelo.