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Separating your life from that of your spouse also means dividing up your property, assets and debts. Ideally, this would mean splitting everything equally. Unfortunately, it may not work out so smoothly. What you take away from your marriage can have an impact on your future. Working with a skilled lawyer can help ensure you have what you need to move forward with your life.

Property division is a game of give and take. At The Koblin Family Law Center, we understand this dynamic and will help you negotiate with your spouse for your fair share of your marital property. We regularly help people at all income levels, including those dealing with complex or high-asset divorces.

We know a relatively equal settlement can mean the difference between having to work your way back up to the financial position you enjoyed during your marriage and being able to move on at that same level. We are as invested in your future as you are and will protect your interests.

Division Of Community Property

In California, all property, assets and debt acquired during the marriage are considered to be community property and must be divided equally between the two parties. This may not include property each individual owned before the marriage, nor does it include inheritances or gifts received by one person or personal injury awards.

The simple way to proceed is for you and your spouse to work together to divvy up your possessions and assets. It may take some compromise on both of your parts, but doing this, even if the communication is handled between our attorneys and your spouse's attorney, will benefit you both.

This method ensures both of you get more of what you want. If you are unable to agree on some or all of your property division issues, a family law judge will make these decisions for you. A judgment may result in neither of you getting your way.

We will sit down with you to review your goals and help you determine what property and assets are most important to you. We can work with you and your spouse or we can negotiate on your behalf. If we need to take your case before a judge, we are experienced trial lawyers and will aggressively fight for your rights in property division.

Make Sure You Have What You Need To Start Over

Please contact our office in Pleasanton at 925-298-2961 to speak with one of our attorneys about ensuring fair division of property. We are also available online.