One of the most important issues to resolve during a divorce is the division of property between both spouses. Before the court can divide the community property in a divorce, the Court must determine whether the property owned at the time of the divorce is community property or separate property.
A person who has owned property before they got married or received assets as gifts, inheritance, or the personal injury portion of a personal injury recovery during the marriage have separate property that must be identified, proved, and protected.
It is common for spouses to fundamentally disagree over the value of an asset or who is entitled to what. We regularly deal with complex property division and work closely with experts, such as forensic accountants and business valuation experts, to maximize our client’s position.
Since 1986, Carol has represented clients with complex property issues such as:
Each divorce has its own unique set of circumstances, call us to schedule a consultation to learn about your options and to obtain experienced legal advice from a skilled divorce attorney on how to proceed.
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