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Rancho Cucamonga Property Division Lawyer

Equal Division of Assets in Divorce

Looking for a Rancho Cucamonga divorce attorney for a property division case? Divorces can get ugly when division of property comes into play. People do not generally like "letting go" of what they feel is rightfully theirs. Whether you are going through a mediated, uncontested divorce or a litigated trial for your divorce proceedings, it is important to know that in the state of California, all property that is considered community property will be equally distributed between the separating couple.

If you and your spouse can come to agreements on the division of your property, you will have an easier time dividing property and spend less time in court; however, if you cannot come to terms, you may end up drawing out the process with a contested divorce.

Any assets or property that was acquired during marriage is considered community or communal property in a divorce proceeding. Many courts will try to split the division as equally as possible in the event that the separating parties cannot come to terms with distribution. Bank accounts, homes, vacation properties and cars may all be divided. If there was a joint 401k or business that the couple had started, that may be subject to division as well.

Work With a Skilled Divorce Lawyer

Physical division of property may not always be equal, but total value will be as close to equal as possible. Debts, assets and property issues can be a huge cause for arguments even in the most civilized of divorce cases. If you are going through a divorce proceeding, it would be to your benefit to contact a skilled family law attorney who will help you fully understand your rights and help you determine what is "yours" and "mine." Legal counsel from The Law Office of Stephanie J. Squires & Associates, APLC can provide you with sound guidance in your most complex of property division issues and help you fight for what is rightfully yours. Searching for an attorney for your property division case in Rancho Cucamonga? Contact my firm today to speak with an attorney.

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