Palmdale Property Division Attorney
Need an attorney for a divorce case in Palmdale?
Part of a divorce case is separating two lives into one. For that to be accomplished, all shared assets and debts will need to be divided. Property division must be addressed in all California divorce cases either through negotiation or court orders. If your divorce is handled by the judge, he or she will separate your marital assets. California is a community-property state, and therefore, all property and assets acquired during the marriage are divided between both parties. Speak with our Palmdale divorce lawyer for legal assistance with your case.
Property Distribution in California
The property division process is based on various factors that can have a substantial bearing on the overall outcome. During complex divorce cases, property division can be a time-consuming and emotionally frustrating issue. Judges are required to order an equal division of the parties property within $500. Parties often agree to an unequal division so they can retain the assets most important to them.
Anything that can be sold, bought, or that carries value is defined as property. Some examples include:
- Cash monies
- 401(k) plans
If you are preparing for divorce and need legal assistance navigating your case, we can help ensure that your rights are protected every step of the way. We understand the complexity of property division. Based on our understanding, we offer our time and resources to your case. You can work with a professional and experienced attorney who gives your best interest top priority.
Contact a Certified Family Law Specialist
Attorney Bigler is a certified family law specialist and, therefore, he has the credibility and skill to help you with your case. He also has 25 years of experience and has handled thousands of contested divorce hearings and trials.
Contact us today for the assistance you need!
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