Property Division Attorneys in San Diego
Protecting Your Assets During a Divorce
During your marriage, you and your spouse acquire various possessions that often hold sentimental or momentary value. In a divorce, the division of assets and property can often lead to conflict and aggression, yet this doesn’t have to be the case.
At Fair Cadora, APC, we have been assisting clients for over 20 years with the process of property division and have the patience and understanding necessary to expedite the process. Our team of skilled San Diego divorce lawyers have the ability to help clients take a step back and begin to work toward an amicable settlement that both parties can agree to.
Our San Diego divorce attorneys can assist you in the following areas:
Real estate evaluation and division
Furniture and jewelry division
Division of financial accounts
Information regarding pensions and 401ks
Life insurance and benefits
Divorce in California
Property division in California differs from other states due to community property laws. While many people have a basic understanding that during a divorce there is a 50/50 split of all assets, this is not always the case. Furthermore, even if you are going to divide your properly equally, there may be some conflict regarding who receives certain objects, furniture, or real estate.
You need a divorce attorney that can not only defend your interest, but also negotiate on your behalf and assist you in properly categorizing both your assets and debt. At Fair Cadora, APC, our San Diego divorce attorneys are meticulous and work diligently to address your various legal needs.
Court Orders & Property Division
While it is always our aim to handle property disputes out of court, there are times in which spouses cannot reach an agreement. If this happens, our experienced litigators at Fair Cadora, APC, are here to protect your interest and will stand beside you in the court of law. Don’t delay any longer!
Take the first step in protecting your assets by contacting our firm at 619.432.3555 for an initial 30-minute phone consultation.