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Clear Guidance On Property Division In Divorce

Divorce is more than an emotional journey; it’s a financial one, too. Property division is often one of the most complex parts of a divorce.

At Nemiroff & Cohen, LLP, we can provide the clear, professional guidance you need to ensure a fair division of your shared assets. We have long been a cornerstone of the Encino community. Our lead attorney, Gail Cohen, is both a litigator and mediator. She also holds a board certification in family law through the California Board of Legal Specialization. This esteemed credential reflects an exceptional degree of knowledge and experience in the field.

The Legal Standard For Division Of Property In Divorce

In California, the law views marriage as a partnership where assets acquired during the union are typically community property, meaning they belong to both spouses. These marital assets are divided equally during divorce.

However, individual assets or separate property can complicate this process. That’s where Gail Cohen’s vast knowledge of family law becomes your advantage.

Many Assets In The Balance

In many marriages, particularly long-term unions, numerous assets may need to be divided in divorce. They may include:

  • Real estate holdings, including the marital home
  • Retirement and investment accounts
  • Vehicles
  • Business interests
  • Debts and liabilities
  • Personal property and valuables

Accurately valuing these assets is essential for ensuring a fair distribution. Our team understands how to protect your property interests by securing a fair valuation of assets.

The Advantage Of Crafting A Property Settlement Outside The Courtroom

When it comes to dividing assets at the end of your marriage, mediation or negotiation can often save time, reduce costs and preserve your financial stability. Gail Cohen is not only an experienced litigator, but also a skilled mediator who can help you reach a property division agreement that serves your best interests.

When litigation is necessary, however, our team is fully prepared to represent you with the same level of diligence and determination.

Talk To An Attorney About Property Division Today

The division of property is a critical step in building your post-divorce life. Our team has the tools to help you reach a fair and equitable settlement, whether through property division mediation, negotiation or litigation.

Contact our property division lawyers at 818-435-9965 to start your new chapter on solid ground.