Property Division Attorney

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What Does Divorce Mean For Your Property Rights?

If you are facing the prospect of divorce, you likely have serious concerns about what this process will mean for your future, specifically your financial future. We understand this concern, and we help our California clients fight for fair property division settlements that set them up for long-term success. Our Woodland Hills property division attorneys at MNB Law Group, Inc., will fight to protect your property rights and solutions that match your objectives.

Whether you own a profitable business or you simply want to stay in your family home, we work diligently to pursue results that are meaningful to you. There is no cookie-cutter solution for property division disputes, which is why our property division lawyers strive to custom-tailor a legal strategy that best suits your hopes for your post-divorce life and the best interests of your children. When you turn to our law firm, you will be working with lawyers who genuinely care about your success.

A Strong Foundation For Your Future

The end of your marriage will bring about significant financial changes to your life, including what property you can keep and what you will have to divide with your spouse. California is a community property state, which means that when there is no premarital contract in place, all debt or assets accumulated over the course of the marriage are subject to equal division between the two spouses. This includes the following:

  • Real estate holdings
  • Retirement accounts
  • Credit card debt
  • Valuable collections
  • Small business assets

These are just a few examples of what may be subject to division in your divorce. It is critical for your future to seek a fair property division settlement, and we will help you do so either through negotiations or in litigation. Property division matters are often contentious, but we know what it takes to advocate for the best interests of our clients.

Tenacious Advocacy Is Available To You

We are happy to discuss your property division concerns and other divorce-related matters in a confidential initial consultation. Schedule yours by calling our Woodland Hills office 818-344-9200 or emailing us for an appointment. Our firm represents clients throughout the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles County and across Souther California.