Detailed Calculation and Division of Accounts
Under California law, any income, asset or debt you acquire from the date you get married to the date you officially separate is community property. It is to be divided as equally as possible with two exceptions: gifts and inheritances. The San Diego division of assets attorneys at Fleischer & Ravreby will review detailed schedules of your income and debts to ensure a fair and equitable asset and property division in your divorce.
But what if you used your inheritance for the down payment on your house? After completing our questionnaire and information packet, our attorneys get to work researching any of your commingled property to determine if there are any funds or assets we can prove belong solely to you. We are equipped to review and thoroughly analyze all of the following:
- Income declarations and financial disclosures
- Temporary orders of property
- Property rights
- Commingled assets
- Date assets are valued
- Stock options
- Retirement accounts (401k, IRAs, military, QDROs, etc.)
Our lawyers apply backgrounds in accounting, estate planning and taxation to help you understand their value and how to divide them fairly. Fleischer & Ravreby will then file all of the required judicial counsel forms (financial statements, income and expense declarations, and property declarations) for an equitable marital settlement agreement.
Solana Beach Division of Marital Assets Attorney
The experienced team at Fleischer & Ravreby is ready to help you start your new life. It is your decision whether we explore mediation or collaboration for your high-asset divorce to maintain your privacy, or litigate an aggressive trial to fight for your rights. E-mail or call us at 858-248-4036 for a free, no obligation 30-minute consultation at our Beverly Hills or San Diego office.