Law Office of
WILLIAM C. HALSEY
2424 Vista Way
Oceanside, CA 92054
Phone: (760) 721-3839
Fax: (760) 721-2533
Oceanside Property Division Attorneys at the Law Office of William C. Halsey have extensive experience guiding clients through divorce and the process of dividing marital assets and debts. With over 70 years of combined experience, our Family Law Lawyers are prepared to handle all aspects of your divorce and related matters.
Because California is a community property state, it is critical to properly identify which assets are designated as separate property, community property, or commingled assets. Our knowledgeable Property Division Lawyers take an honest, straightforward approach to the division of marital property. We will take the time to completely explain the process to you. We are here to protect your rights and advocate for your best interests throughout the divorce process.
Contact our Oceanside Property Division Lawyers and schedule your complimentary consultation to discuss the details of your situation. Call (760) 721-3839. Evening and weekend appointments can be arranged in advance. There is no charge for your initial meeting. Se habla español.
Property Division Attorneys in Oceanside, CA
Our Family Law Firm has vast experience with high-asset individuals, business owners, and professionals for whom we have reached favorable solutions. We work diligently within the parameters of the law to locate and equitably distribute marital assets.
Because the division of marital property is one of the most complex aspects of divorce, it is critical to have an experienced Property Division Lawyer represent your interests during the process. Of particular importance in these cases is the date of separation. Our Family Law Lawyers will help you determine the legal date on which you and your spouse separated.
Community Property, Separate Property, Commingled Property
In California, property and debts accrued during the marriage are community property and belong to both spouses. These assets and debts are equally divided during divorce, legal separation, or dissolution proceedings. One exception may be when an asset was acquired by one spouse as a gift or through inheritance. In this case, the asset belongs with only one spouse, even if it was acquired during marriage. Our experienced Property Division Attorneys work diligently to ensure assets are legally divided.
Assets or debts acquired prior to marriage remain the responsibility of one spouse, unless contributions have been made during the marriage by the other spouse. In those instances, the property may be designated as a commingled asset. It is part separate property and part community property. Our skilled Oceanside Property Division Attorneys have a comprehensive understanding of the laws governing marital asset division, and we are here to guide you through the entire process.
We make all attempts to first negotiate an equitable settlement. In the event the settlement talks fail to yield favorable results, our Oceanside Property Division Attorneys are seasoned litigators who are prepared to take your matter to court.
Contact our Oceanside Property Division Lawyers Today
As experienced Property Division Attorneys at the Law Office of William C. Halsey, we help clients understand state and federal community property laws and the process for dividing marital assets and debts. Schedule a free consultation to receive answers and advice regarding your unique situation. Call (760) 721-3839 today. There is no cost for your first consultation.
We can also be reached online. Complete our Property Division Case Evaluation Form, and we will arrange a convenient time. Our Family Law Attorneys and Property Division Lawyers accept appointments on weekends and evenings.
We serve clients in Oceanside and in communities throughout Southern California.
Disclaimer: The information contained herein is for information purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. You should not act or fail to act based on the information on this website. The content contains general information only, and may not reflect recent changes to the law. All cases differ – please contact an attorney in your area to get legal advice as it pertains to your situation.
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