Dean | Rosen LLP
California Family Law and Estate Planning Law Firm

Property And Asset Division Lawyers

California is a community property state that views a marriage as a team: any property purchased, wealth acquired, or debt accrued during the marriage is shared equally between spouses at divorce. This seemingly simple directive can be complicated by a number of factors, however: many assets are a mixture of individual and community property, and it is possible to acquire individual debt during the course of a marriage if it isn't incurred for the benefit of the household. A deceitful spouse may even attempt to hide financial assets to save money.

At Dean | Rosen LLP, we have handled numerous highly complex and contentious property and asset division cases, including ones involving professional practices such as architectural firms, dentists' and physicians' offices, designers, franchises, and even law firms. We employ forensic accountants and appraisers to help locate, value, and determine the stake in assets that each spouse may have. We engage private investigators if a spouse is concerned about suspicious behavior. We also help our clients prevent their individual property interests from being partitioned, and protect them from sharing in their spouses' extramarital debt. To speak with attorney Pauline Rosen or Michelle Dean about your property and asset division case, contact our firm today to make an appointment for an initial consultation.

Dean | Rosen LLP assist clients with property and asset division issues such as:

  • Business valuation
  • Assessing marital debt
  • Home appraisals
  • Pensions and retirement benefits
  • Locating hidden assets
  • Protecting extramarital property

Don't make any assumptions about the equity you hold in a piece of property: contact an experienced property division attorney about your case. We will provide an honest and realistic assessment of your case and help you decide how to proceed.

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