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Are You Facing A High-Asset Divorce?

For anyone, going through a divorce is stressful and emotionally draining. As you attempt to navigate the divorce process and related laws, you are likely to have many questions and concerns about how your property and assets will be divided. This is especially true if you and your spouse have a substantial and diversified financial portfolio.

I am attorney Timothy L. Ewanyshyn and I am committed to helping you through this difficult and confusing time. At my law firm, La Quinta Law Group, I provide the information, advice and options that clients going through high-asset divorce need to ensure their post-divorce financial security.

Understanding Community Property Laws

California is a community property state. This means that, barring the existence of a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, all property, assets and debts that were acquired during a marriage must be split equally between divorcing spouses.

For a married couple with considerable assets, the division of marital property may include:

  • Assets held in bank accounts
  • Stock options
  • Business assets
  • Stakes in a business
  • Retirement accounts
  • Real estate
  • Multiple properties
  • Valuable collections
  • Insurance policies

Contact An Experienced Divorce Attorney Today

For more than 20 years, I have helped clients in La Quinta and Palm Springs and throughout the Coachella Valley obtain the divorce settlements they need to move forward with their lives. Contact La Quinta Law Group today to discuss your specific situation and legal needs. Call a lawyer at 760-625-0715 or contact us online to arrange your free initial consultation.


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