When a couple has made the difficult decision that it is time to divorce, dividing the property obtained during the marriage can be one of the most important parts of the process. California is a community property state, which means that this property must be divided equally among the divorcing spouses. Not all property is necessarily considered community, as either spouse may have acquired assets before the marriage.
Deciding what is and what is not considered community property requires the help of an experienced attorney who is familiar with these types of cases. By contacting Mansouri Law Offices, you will get the knowledge of a firm that is experienced with this aspect of family law and will give your case the personal care and attention that it deserves. Click on a link below to learn more about property division and related topics:
Dividing your assets may seem simple, but it is actually a very complex process that leaves room for many disputes and conflicts to come up. If you are filing for divorce and have not yet come to a mutual decision in regards to your asset division, do not wait to call the Mansouri Law Offices.
Debt division is another aspect of property division that many couples often overlook at first glance. You may have already decided upon who will pay your debts or how you will distribute them, but involving an attorney for this matter is always a smart decision.
Division of Marital Property
What marital property will you keep during the distribution of your assets? Many couples have a difficult time reaching a mutual agreement regarding marital property, as both parties will view this as their own property. If you are filing for divorce and have not considered your options on dividing this property, contact us today.
PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS IN PROPERTY DIVISION
If you are going through a divorce, you understand how complicated it can be to decide which of the assets are considered community property and which are not. Property division can become a heated subject very quickly, even among couples who are experiencing an otherwise amicable separation. What separates community property from sole property? How do both spouses know if they are getting a fair share of what was acquired during the marriage? How can a spouse be sure that their individual rights are being considered?
Having an attorney from our firm will help you to understand the process of property division after divorce. Our founding partner is dedicated to ensuring that each and every client receives his personal attention and promises that no client will ever be relegated to speaking only with associates or paralegals. When the time comes to dissolve a marriage, make sure that you have an attorney on your side to help protect your rights.