Riverside Property Division Lawyers
While family law is not designed to be adversarial, division of property can create acrimony and conflict. It is one of the most heavily litigated aspects of divorce, a process people already do not want to be in.
At the Law Offices of Catherine A. Schwartz, we streamline the divorce process to expedite matters and allow our clients to move on with their lives. However, when disputes over assets, debts and pensions arise, the most efficient and effective of legal processes can become painful and vindictive.
A Dedicated And Detail-Oriented San Bernardino Community Property Attorney
Community property law governs the division of assets in California divorce courts. All property acquired during the marriage belong to the couple equally and should be divided as such. This includes items bought with community funds, including commingled funds in a joint bank account. Separate property is property acquired before marriage or after separation, or property purchased during the marriage with separate funds. Those assets are not part of community property.
Property division and community property laws are complex. Protect your property interests with the help of Riverside property division attorney Catherine A. Schwartz, especially if your spouse has retained legal counsel. She is a seasoned lawyer who possesses the hands-on experience, training and ongoing legal knowledge to present facts and compelling arguments to divorce courts.
Contact The Law Offices Of Catherine A. Schwartz For A Free Consultation
For more information, contact the Law Offices of Catherine A. Schwartz at 951-686-8190 to schedule a free initial consultation. Our office is located in Riverside. For the convenience of our clients, we accept appointments in the evenings and on weekends and accept all major credit cards.
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