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Irvine, CA 92606
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Welcome to The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc.
Irvine Property Division Lawyer Amy Neshanian has been fighting vigorously to obtain fair and just results in property division cases on behalf of her clients since 2002.
A California State Board Certified Family Law Specialist, Property Division Lawyer Amy Neshanian is a skilled negotiator, who will work tenaciously to resolve property division disputes via settlement negotiations.
However, if the negotiations fall though or fail to yield acceptable results, either because one party is thoroughly unwilling to engage in the process, is making unreasonable demands, or it becomes clear that they are attempting to hide assets, Irvine Property Division Attorney Amy Neshanian will aggressively litigate your case.
Whether you need to divide the assets of a highly complicated multi-
Contact The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc. and Property Division Attorney Amy Neshanian at (714) 973-
Located in Irvine, we represent clients throughout Orange County. Please call for answers to all of your questions regarding the division of community property assets and debts.
Absent the existence of a prenuptial or post-
Ms. Neshanian possesses extensive experience resolving issues which may arise during Property Division cases, including those which pertain to the following:
When necessary, Irvine Property Division Attorney Amy Neshanian will bring in experts in forensic accounting, skip-
Separate property (gifts, inheritance, property owned prior to marriage) is not generally subject to community property division. However, if the recipient has changed the characterization of the property and converted it into community property, you will need to retain an expert in the area of Property Division.
Irvine Property Division Lawyer Amy Neshanian understands precisely how to safeguard your best interests and will preserve and protect your interest in the marital assets to the fullest extent possible.
The determination as to whether or not assets are subject to community property division is based upon several factors, including:
The date of separation takes place when the spouses separate, and at least one spouse regards the separation to be permanent and has no intent to reconcile. The parties must live separate and apart before they will be deemed separated by the court, and their actions must demonstrate that they are no longer acting as a marital unit.
Assets and debts that are accumulated after the date of separation will be assigned to the spouse who obtained the property or created the debt.
If you are divorcing and need to retain an experienced and knowledgeable Family Law Attorney who will fight to protect your best interests, contact Irvine Property Division Lawyer Amy Neshanian at (714) 973-
Located in Irvine, The Neshanian Law Firm, Inc. proudly represents clients who live throughout the surrounding communities. Call today to learn how we can put our expertise to work for you!
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