California Divorce and Property Division Attorneys
Division of property can be one of the most complicated and contentious issues in a divorce, especially when there are significant commingled assets such as stocks, a pension, a family-owned business, cash or other gifts, investment or business property, or any other asset which may or may not be considered community property under the law.
Determining whether a particular asset is subject to equitable division in a divorce may require the work of a financial expert or a team of experts, including forensic accountants, to trace the origin and to document every aspect of the history of an asset.
The knowledgeable divorce and division of property attorneys at Bamieh & Erickson, PLC have the experience to provide effective representation in these cases, and the relationship with a network of business and financial experts to help unravel complex separate and community property issues.
Bamieh & Erickson, PLC • Division of Property, Assets and Debts • 805-643-5555
The allocation of debt is an often overlooked aspect of divorce and can be the source of additional conflict between the parties. Our accomplished divorce and property division lawyers can also offer creative legal solutions to disputes over tax matters, inheritance issues, and alimony or child support payments.
One of the most difficult and challenging aspects of complex and high-value property division disputes is deliberately mismanaged or hidden assets. In a case involving this issue, the responsible party may have gone to great lengths to cover his or her trail, making it vitally important to have an experienced and determined lawyer on your side.
Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation with a cost-effective and results-oriented divorce, division of property and asset distribution lawyer at our offices in Ventura, California.
During your consultation, we can provide a preliminary assessment of your legal and financial position and can offer sound advice regarding immediate steps to protect your security and your right to pursue what is a fair and equitable distribution of assets and property in your case.