Property Division

Recent Posts in Property Division

  • 22-Apr-2019

    How Are Personal Injury Damages Divided at Divorce?

    Characterizing Personal Injury Damages Under Section 780 of the Family Code, “money and other property received or to be received by a married person in satisfaction of a judgment for damages for personal injuries, or pursuant to an agreement ...
  • 17-Apr-2019

    California's Unique Rules for Attorney's Fees in Divorce Cases

    When a couple gets a divorce in California, disagreement over critical issues can cause a simple court proceeding to drag out for years. This can cause the parties to incur significant attorney’s fees over time. Given the potential costs of ...
  • 21-Nov-2018

    Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets during Divorce?

    Divorce can be a costly process, especially if it’s a hotly contested dispute. One of the most common issues people experience during divorce is dividing marital or community assets. Unfortunately, there are many cases where one spouse attempt ...
  • 13-Jul-2018

    What Is the Community Property Law in California?

    Despite California being a community property state since its inception in 1850, the community property system is not an easy one to navigate. Although spouses are supposed to split all assets 50-50, deciphering community property vs. separate ...
  • 9-May-2017

    Getting A Divorce: Who Gets the House?

    If you are going through a divorce, you may need to decide how your marital properties and assets are divided between you and your spouse. If you are a homeowner, you may also have to decide how your home will be handled. This can be an incredibly ...
  • 22-Feb-2016

    How Can Social Media Affect My Divorce?

    Posting on social media has become a social norm in modern America. Whenever something happens in our lives, our knee-jerk reaction is to snap a photograph and share our experience with all of our online friends. While Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, ...
  • 2-Nov-2015

    Property Division in Divorce

    Whether filing for a divorce was your idea or your spouse's – or maybe it was actually an amicable and mutual agreement between the two of you – you need to start thinking about property division early on in the process. Keeping ...