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Protecting Assets In Divorce

Once assets and debts are valuated (and the distinction of whether or not property is considered community property or separate property) property division in divorce can occur. It is important to know that the process of dividing property in divorce can be complicated, especially if you have significant assets, a business, an inheritance or other assets. Choosing the right lawyer to handle your case is critical.

The attorneys at All American Law are ready to assist you and help protect your interests in divorce. With more than 30 years of experience, our founder, attorney Alan Carlisle, offers experience in negotiating and in litigating divorce cases. Attorney Christine James brings a fresh perspective to All American Law, handling up to five court hearings each week.

Our office is located in Rancho Cucamonga and we accept divorce cases throughout the entire Inland Empire area. We have a proven track record handling complex divorce cases, including complex property division matters and divorce for business owners.

How Can I Protect Assets In My Divorce?

In order to divide assets and debts in a "fair" manner, it is a smart idea to work with an experienced lawyer who fully understands the property division process. There are various strategies that can be implemented to effectively protect assets in divorce and avoid tax consequences, and our attorneys can help develop a strategy that works best for your situation.

There are many distinctions that need to be made between community property, separate property and how assets are assigned to each party. At All American Law, we have experience handling situations involving:

  • Retirement accounts in divorce
  • Inheritance
  • Business assets


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