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Helping clients overcome the pitfalls of property division

Many concerns follow a divorce filing. Spouses oftentimes try to cope with the idea that they will have to transition from a married life to a single life. This sparks many questions about how this life will look and which items from his or her married life will carry over with them to this newly formed single life. Thus, property division is often a closely looked at phase during marriage dissolution, causing many couples to get into heated disputes.

Property division is one of the most contentious issues during a divorce. While a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can help lay to rest any concerns over who gets what in the event of a divorce, many couples fail to create these documents. Even those who do sign an agreement can still face property division legal issues. At Kaspar & Lugay, LLP, our experienced attorneys understand the complex financial matters that can arise during property division. Thus, we are dedicated to helping California residents in the Bay area successfully navigate these issues in order to reach a fair and equitable distribution.

Our skilled attorneys understand the difficult and oftentimes overlooked issues that can arise during property division. This means that we take the time to properly value all assets and property involved, as well as look for any hidden assets. This helps ensure that when stepping into a negotiation room or a courtroom, our clients know to what they are entitled. This allows us to protect the rights and interests of our clients, which may include their right to retain separate property and secure the marital property to which he or she is entitled.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s property division website . Whether you are considering divorce, are going through the process, or just obtained a final divorce decree, it is always crucial to understand your rights and options at any and all phases of divorce. This helps ensure that your rights and protected and any issues are timely and fairly resolved.