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Posts tagged "Complex Property Division"

Why should you work with a forensic accountant?

When you get a divorce, it can be hard to know how to divide your property. It can be even more difficult if there is property that you don't know exists. Some kinds of property, like digital assets, can be harder to identify. For example, your spouse may have been investing in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies that you're not aware of.

Dividing property? Know the rules and protect your share

When you have property to divide during a divorce, it can be difficult to choose how you want to split it. As you may have realized by now, California law does require that you split your property 50-50, unless you and your spouse can agree to different terms.

If you have a complex divorce case, get the right help

When you're working on dividing your marital property, the best thing you can do is think of the situation like a business deal. California requires a 50-50 split of marital assets, but that doesn't mean that you and your spouse can't negotiate and come up with different terms.

Why work with an attorney to divide your property?

When it comes to dividing your complex property, it's not always going to be as easy as choosing the assets you want. Sometimes, one asset's benefits are linked to another asset's purchase, or you may have assets that only benefit you or your spouse after several years have passed.

Protect yourself during a complex divorce

Complex property division issues arise when a married couple has been together for a long time, when their finances are tightly intertwined and for other reasons. If you are in a situation where you're concerned about dividing your property, and the impact it will have on your finances, it's time to talk with your attorney about the steps to take next.

Negotiating can help you get the assets you want in divorce

With cases of property division in divorce, there can be many complexities to consider. You might have physical and digital assets, investments and unique property that you don't want to divide with your spouse. Under California's community property laws, spouses are intended to divide their marital property equally. Doing so is a necessity unless you can come up with your own agreement outside court.