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It is vital to you to settle complex property division equitably

California is a community property state. However, there are certain circumstances that may make it more challenging to reach a truly equitable settlement solution during your divorce. A complex property division may include multiple sources of income and a variety of assets that require careful management.

State laws require that both parties in a divorce disclose all assets that were a part of the marriage. However, there are situations that require the assistance of experienced specialized accountants who can properly appraise the value of holdings that might include a business or other income sources. Additionally, those who were in a high-asset marriage may also benefit from a careful analysis of the monetary value of stocks, bonds and various pension or retirement accounts.

Many spouses are capable of reaching an equitable accord on their own with minimum assistance. Understandably, however, when considerable assets are subject to division, it may be more difficult to reach an agreement without the intervention of the courts. When you have poured so much of your own resources and sweat equality into the success of your marriage, it may all seem for nought when the relationship becomes unsustainable. It may be difficult to accept an impartial division when you put more of yourself and resources into the marriage than your partner invested.

In these scenarios, the assistance of skilled professionals may make the difference when you are worried that you will not be able to obtain the standard of living you once envisioned. The end result of a complex property division can set the tone for the rest of your life after your divorce decree has been issued. A seasoned California family law attorney may be able to ensure that you are able to retain your rightful share of your financial security when all is said and done.

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