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At the end of every marraige, the parties must divide property acquired during that marriage. Often this process is simple. On other occasions, however, this process is complex. In California, most property acquired after the marriage is considered community property, which is evenly divided during a divorce. Property obtained prior to a marriage is considered separate property. These concepts can often be subject to interpretation and require an attorney who knows how to fairly divide your property. Jorgensen & Salberg has experience dealing with other aspects of property division such as:

  • tracing issues as the source of funds used to acquire the assets
  • business interests
  • professional practices
  • retirement plan benefits
  • personal investments
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