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San Bernardino Asset Division Attorneys

Asset division has the potential to be one of the more highly contested parts of a divorce proceeding. As a community property state, California law requires that all assets and debts accumulated by either spouse during the marriage be identified, valued and divided equally. Assets acquired by either spouse prior to the marriage are generally considered separate property and should not be part of the asset division. However, the line between community and separate property can be blurred due to certain circumstances and actions of the couple.

In many cases, one of the biggest challenges is to reach agreement on what is community property and what is separate. These issues can become extremely complex and it is important to have representation from an experienced San Bernardino asset division attorney. From our offices in Rancho Cucamonga and Riverside, Inland Empire Divorce & Family Law Attorneys represents clients throughout the Inland Empire and Southern California in a variety of asset division matters including high-asset cases.

Our Asset Division Lawyers in Rancho Cucamonga Fight for Your Fair Share

It is in everyone’s best interests when the spouses can work together to reach a property division agreement. If they can’t, the court decides how the property will be divided and the decision is binding. Our Rancho Cucamonga asset division attorneys have substantial experience helping divorcing couples to reach a property settlement that everyone can agree with.

We bring in valuation experts to help us ensure that the division of the assets is accurate. In some cases, we may recommend strategies for dividing assets that could be better for you in the long run. In every case, we will give you our best recommendations and make sure you have all the information you need before you make a final decision.

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Call our office today for a free phone consultation about your case. You can speak to one of our property division expert lawyers without obligation. To get started, please call us at (909) 330-3660 or send us an e-mail.

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