Perhaps A Partition Makes Sense For You
When several people all inherit the same property, such as siblings inheriting after their parents pass away, it can come with headaches. Who will bear the expenses of upkeep, insurance and property taxes? Answering these questions can be complex, and that’s one reason to consider a partition of the property.
At The Law Office of Christine Aung PLLC, our attorneys are experienced in all matters of probate law and family law. One issue that comes up again and again for our clients from Deltona is the risk and inconveniences of real property co-ownership. Pursuing partition may be one of the most effective ways to preserve your property and relationships, and we’re happy to help you.
What Partitioning Property Does In Florida
Partitioning property is taking a parcel of real property and dividing it between two or more parties. There are many reasons to take this step, but ultimately it may be a decision for you and your family to decide. However, sharing the responsibility with others can be mentally and physically draining.
If you decide that this process makes sense for you, then you will have to file a lawsuit to begin the process. In that lawsuit, the judges will review the situation to determine if it is possible and even appropriate to do a partition. Some complications may arise, such as:
- Liens and mortgages on the property
- An inability to equally partition the property
- Objections to the process from co-owners
However, if the way to move forward is through a partition action, then we can advocate for you in this matter.
Our Goal Is To Pursue Your Goal
We can assist you in this process if you need a partition due to a probate matter or a divorce. We will speak with you about your problems and help you find a solution. Contact us by phone at 386-951-6135 or send us an email to get started.