Partitions and related Probate, Trust and Estate Litigation in St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tampa and surrounding West Florida areas.

Partitions refer to a severance of ownership interests between concurrent owners of a property. The right to partition is ordinarily available as a matter of general right to any person who has a present ownership in land. Partitions are not typically affected by homestead protections and are not derived from any required contractual rights.

Any co-owner can request that a court partition a property. Partition actions often occur after a parent passes, leaving a property to be owned by multiple beneficiaries. If the co-owners cannot agree what to do with the property, partition is often the only option to allow a co-owner to gain their share of the property’s value.

If you have questions regarding your right to partition property in St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tampa, Sarasota, Pinellas County, and the surrounding West Florida areas, please contact our office as our attorneys routinely deal with partition litigation in Florida.

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