Division Of Property

Serving Clients in Placer County and Sacramento County

The division of assets and debts in divorce is often a difficult and highly contentious process. Property division laws can be complex, and certain complicating factors may make the process even more difficult. It is important for anyone getting a divorce to speak to an experienced attorney who can explain the legal process, answer questions along the way, and seek a cost-effective resolution.

The Law Office of Jennifer M. Sullivan offers more than 15 years of experience in divorce and family law matters. Lawyer Sullivan focuses on helping clients identify options for settling divorce-related disputes outside of court. This approach can help clients avoid contentious and impersonal divorce court proceedings, and can also save time and money.

Contact a Placer County property division attorney to learn about your divorce and property division options.

Dividing Assets and Debts in Divorce

In California, community property is subject to division in a divorce. This includes any assets or debts acquired during the duration of the marriage. Conversely, property acquired before the marriage, or gifts or inheritance given specifically to one spouse during the marriage (separate property) is not subject to property division.

Property division can get especially complicated when a family business is owned, when assets acquired before marriage generate additional income during the marriage, and when complex tax matters apply. The Law Office of Jennifer M. Sullivan is prepared to help you address these and other complicating matters.

Division of Assets After Divorce: Contact an Attorney in Roseville, California

To schedule a confidential consultation, contact us online today. Ms. Sullivan represents clients in Placer County and Sacramento County, and is available for meetings Monday through Friday.