Division Of Assets and Debts in San Diego
At divorce, dividing the married couple’s assets and debt can be one of the most difficult steps. As California is a community property state (where all assets and debts acquired during the marriage are considered community property and divided equally—with few exceptions), each spouse is entitled to their share of the community property. Splitting up the property however is tedious and can be frustrating at times, especially if the spouses are not cooperating. It is important to be aware that you have a right to your share of the community property.
Certain circumstances can mean a different division of this property. Instances may occur where assets acquired even during the marriage may be considered a spouse’s separate property, and not subject to a split with the other spouse. An experienced family law attorney can help you classify all the assets to determine how they should be divided.
At Garmo and Garmo, LLP, our goal is to ensure you receive what you deserve. Our experienced family law attorneys will make sure you do.
For more information regarding Division of Asset and Debt issues, please call us at 619-441-2500 for a free consultation or send us a message for a free case evaluation.