Property Division

California is a community property state. Financial or property assets attained over the course of a marriage are subject to valuation and equitable distribution between spouses in the event of divorce. Equitable distribution does not mean, however, that everything is necessarily converted to a cash value and split 50-50. It means that all assets are on the table and the parties negotiate a property settlement. In the event the spouses cannot resolve a dispute about property and/or debt, the issue goes to trial, where a judge decides.

Community property law does not mean that separate assets and property owned independently by either spouse prior to the marriage automatically become community property. Separate property may remain classified as noncommunity, if the married couple does not commingle the assets to increase the value of the estate.

At All American Law, we know that your most pressing concern right now is to get a fair property settlement and move on with your life. We believe in aggressively protecting our clients' financial interests and rights, but we will not push you into a needless and expensive trial. We work hard to find a reasonable solution and in most cases, we can resolve even the most complex disputes without going to court.

If you are concerned about a fair and reasonable property division in your pending divorce in San Bernardino County, Riverside County or Orange County, including Pomona and downtown Los Angeles, California, talk to the attorneys at All American Law in Rancho Cucamonga.

Our attorneys combine more than 30 years of experience handling divorce property settlements, including property issues that most married couples face, such as:

  • Residential real estate and who gets the house
  • Pensions, 401(k) and qualified retirement savings
  • Stocks, bonds and securities
  • Vacation property
  • Small businesses, professional practices

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Call us toll free at 1-800-700-WIN-1 or send an email with a brief explanation of our property settlement concerns. Office manager Nancy Camarillo will set you up with a free initial consultation with our lawyers right away.