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Property Division

The dividing up of a couple’s property in a divorce is a complex and challenging area that needs to be handled with the utmost care. If you are concerned about protecting your financial interests in a divorce proceeding, you need to seek the help of a qualified and dedicated divorce lawyer at the Aubry Law Firm. After your free consultation, your case will be thoroughly reviewed and your next steps will be clearly explained. During this difficult time, you can rest assured that we will do everything possible to safeguard the best interests of you and your family.


California is known as a “community property” state, and the estate of married persons is classified as either community property (owned by both spouses during their marriage) or separate property (acquired by each person before the marriage or gained through inheritance). In a divorce, the court needs to know the type of community property that must be divided and the type of separate property that cannot be divided. This asset division can become very complicated, as illustrated by cases where married couples each used their separate assets to buy their family home and now are divorcing. Such intricate cases require the expertise of a skilled attorney in order to fairly determine the value of the family home. The Aubry Law Firm understands such complexities and will use their extensive experience in tracking asset merging and to work to bring about a just property division settlement for you.


We can work toward a favorable resolution to protect your rights.


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