Friday, May 31, 2013

Tampa Divorce Attorney Nilo Sanchez

As a Tampa Florida Family Law Office, we're dedicated to assisting our clients and protecting their financial well-being in all family law related matters such as custody, contested and uncontested divorce, child support, paternity, alimony, time-sharing and other family law related matters.
If you are considering a divorce, we can assist you by seeking an appropriate property division and fairness in alimony and  child support orders. We can also help you in structuring support and property agreements that will protect your assets.
Mr. Sanchez is able to assist with child custody and time-sharing matters. Mr. Sanchez has been practicing for 20 years and utilizes his expertise and experience  to represent his clients through the difficult and stressful process of their unique family law case.
If you or someone you know is involved in a Florida Family Law matter, please contact our office to schedule a consultation to discuss your unique Family law case at 813-879-4600.
Attorney Nilo J. Sanchez, Jr. at Sanchez & Associates, P.A. handles most types of Florida family law cases including but not limited to Alimony, Uncontested Divorce Cases, Contested Divorce Cases, Paternity Cases, Chilld Support Cases, Child Custody Cases, Relocation Cases, Domestic Violence Cases, Equitable Distribution Cases, High Asset Net Worth Cases, Marital Settlement Agreement, Military Divorce, Professional Athlete Family Law, Business Executive Family Law and Temporary Relief.

61.076 Distribution of retirement plans upon dissolution of marriage.
(1) All vested and non vested benefits, rights, and funds accrued during the marriage in retirement, pension, profit-sharing, annuity, deferred compensation, and insurance plans and programs are marital assets subject to equitable distribution.
(2) If the parties were married for at least 10 years, during which at least one of the parties who was a member of the federal uniformed services performed at least 10 years of creditable service, and if the division of marital property includes a division of uniformed services retired or retainer pay, the final judgment shall include the following:
(a) Sufficient information to identify the member of the uniformed services;
(b) Certification that the Service members Civil Relief Act was observed if the decree was issued while the member was on active duty and was not represented in court;
(c) A specification of the amount of retired or retainer pay to be distributed pursuant to the order, expressed in dollars or as a percentage of the disposable retired or retainer pay.
(3) An order which provides for distribution of retired or retainer pay from the federal uniformed services shall not provide for payment from this source more frequently than monthly and shall not require the payor to vary normal pay and disbursement cycles for retired or retainer pay in order to comply with the order.

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