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Solano County Property Division Lawyers

Fairfield, CA, Divorce Attorneys

For many people going through a divorce, property division is one of the key issues. Each side wants to retain certain assets, and the two parties must either negotiate an agreement or take the matter to court. Either way, an experienced family law attorney is a necessity.

At the Law Offices of Susan E. Christiansen, our Fairfield, California, divorce attorneys have many years of experience helping people from Northern California and across the country with complex divorces in Napa and Solano Counties. Many of our clients have large estates, and our lawyers work closely with each to get the best possible arrangement.

To schedule an initial consultation with our property division and divorce law firm, please fill out our online form or call (707) 427-6784 today. We serve clients in Solano and Napa Counties, including Fairfield, Vacaville, Vallejo, and Dixon, among other Northern California Bay Area communities.

Division of Marital Property During Divorce

We have experience in dealing with the complexities of:
    •    Retirement accounts (Qualified Domestic Relations Orders)
    •    Investment accounts
    •    Locating hidden assets
    •    Marital assets and debt
    •    Business ownership, business valuation
    •    Moore-Marsden calculations involving homes

The above are just a few of the assets that bring about especially complex negotiations during a divorce. Our family law attorneys are known within the legal community for their skills at negotiation. They have the ability to stand firm and fulfill their clients' needs, and are well-respected by Solano and Contra Costa County judges for their ability to propose fair and reasonable solutions.

Community Property in California and Property Division

California is a community property state, meaning that any assets gained during a marriage must be split equally between the parties. Separate property is owned by one spouse or another. Part of a divorce lawyer's job is demonstrating that a particular asset is either separate or community property, depending on the circumstances.

Property Division -- Tell Us Your Problem, Ask Your Questions

To speak with an attorney about any property division issue in Solano County or Napa County, California, email the Fairfield Divorce Law Offices of Susan E. Christiansen or call (707) 427-6784. We also represent clients in Vallejo, Vacaville, Dixon, Benicia, and surrounding areas. We accept all major credit cards, including Visa, American Express, MasterCard, and Discover.

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