Property & Debt Division

Take Charge of Your Property Division Issues

For divorcing couples, the idea of property division may seem like a tug-of-war. How can you make sure you get your fair share of the assets and debts you used to share with your spouse? In California, the property you obtained during marriage is considered to be community property, meaning you both have an equal right to keep your assets and a joint responsibility to pay your debts. Even with these legal guidelines, it can be tough to determine who gets what. When you’re going through a difficult divorce, you deserve to have a skilled and knowledgeable attorney on your side.

Some common exceptions to community property include:

  • Your personal inheritance
  • Personal gifts
  • Acquisitions you made while separated
  • Significant debts incurred by one person

When your property and assets are at stake, you should speak with our skilled and caring family law attorneys. Here at The Grey Legal Group, we truly care about the outcome of your case. Our persistent lawyers will fight for the issues that matter most to you.

If you have any particular divorce issues on your mind, call our family law firm today. We have decades of experience in property and debt division, as well as child custody, visitation, and much more. Whatever your needs, we will make it our mission to help you succeed.