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Division of Property Lawyer

Serving San Diego and Riverside County

The division of parties’ assets and liabilities can be the cornerstone on which your next household is built. You and your spouse worked and accumulated assets and property during your marriage.

Securing an order for the appropriate division of these assets will help you transition past this difficult period in your life.

In marriages with significant assets, the division of property can be a very important segment of the divorce, and there may be unique factors to be addressed.

Business Valuation and Unique Income Situations

Having a business held by one of the spouses can present certain challenges. Ascertaining the proper value of a business interest can be complicated, and can form the basis for extensive litigation in many cases.

Attorney Novack is experienced in representing parties through business valuations, guiding them through employing forensic accountants and other outside experts to help determine the true value of property such as business interests, stock, and real estate, no matter how complicated the situation.

Attorney Novack can also evaluate the following property and/or assets:

  • Stock Options
  • Retirement Accounts and Investments
  • Real Estate – House
  • Multiple Residences, including Rental Property and Vacation Homes
  • Partnership Interests
  • Business
  • Intellectual Property such as a Patent
  • Automobiles
  • Jewelry, Furniture, Clothing
  • Bank Accounts, Cash
  • Security Deposits (such as an Apartment)
  • Pension Plans
  • 401(K) Plans
  • Stocks, Bonds
  • Life Insurance that has Cash Value

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