Complex Family Law Issues

Property division oftentimes encompasses more than a “that is my separate property from before marriage ” or a “that is our community property acquired during the marriage.”  Complex property division may involve issues of determining credits and reimbursements owed to a party or to the community estate, division of retirement accounts, spousal fiduciary duty claims, claims against third parties holding assets belonging to the community, financial tracing, cash flow analysis, asset valuation, imputation of income, vocational assessments (determining a spouse’s ability to work and available when they are unemployed) or restraining orders under the Domestic Violence Prevention Act. Attorney Gregory Cabo can handle these complex issues and plan with you how to best to best handle these issues in a cost effective manner.

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