One of the biggest concerns of people thinking about divorce is the division of the marital property. “Who gets what?” is quite a pressing question. California is what they call a “community property state.” Very generally, this means that assets from a marriage are split 50-50. However, there are circumstances that can change this calculation, and what qualifies as a “marital asset” and how much the asset is worth are often up for vigorous debate. At divorced ebts also need to be divided. A skilled and experienced Los Angeles community property attorney can often have great influence on the division of assets and debts and can help you obtain a more favorable outcome. Lilian has been practicing for over 25 years and is available to discuss your situation. Contact her today at (310) 920-5810 or email@example.com to schedule a free, no-obligation, and confidential consultation.
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