The size and composition of the property settlement can affect your life for years after the divorce. To protect your rights and interests, you need strong and capable legal representation from the beginning to the end of the divorce process.
The Law Offices of David M. Lederman can help you obtain a property settlement that protects your property and your interests.
Call 866-463-2149 or send us an email to arrange for a consultation.
The Property Division Process
The term community property generally refers to all assets and debts acquired during the marriage, with some exceptions. California law provides that community property should be divided on a 50-50 basis.
In reaching a settlement, community property must be characterized, valued and divided. This can present some highly complex questions:
- What happens to separate assets that become community property during the marriage?
- How do you trace these transformations?
- What is the true value of non-financial assets such as personal property and real estate?
- How do you divide a marital estate that consists primarily of a house and retirement assets?
- What property is not subject to equal division?
The Law Offices of David M. Lederman has extensive experience in all aspects of property division. We understand the law and the complexities inherent in the property division process, and will apply them to your case.
Complex Property Division Cases
Our firm has represented clients in a number of complex property division cases, including those involving businesses, stock options, non-financial assets and property located in other states and overseas.
When necessary, we utilize the services of forensic accountants, appraisers, business valuation specialists and others. These professionals can provide insight and support to the client's case, during the negotiation process or in court testimony.
In many ways, your future depends on the property settlement you receive. You owe it to yourself to get the best settlement you can. The Law Offices of David M. Lederman will work to obtain a property settlement that enables you to move forward after divorce from the strongest position possible.
Contact a Property Division Attorney
For a consultation with the Law Offices of David M. Lederman, call 866-463-2149 or send us an email.