The single common thread that ties every divorce or dissolution together is the fact that no family is the same. From the assets that a couple own to their goals for the future, everything that makes a marriage unique will impact the decisions that are made during a divorce filed in Tulare County or anywhere in California. It is absolutely vital that you have an experienced family law attorney to guide you through this significant life transition.
Our honest and straightforward approach allows you to rest assured that you and your family are going to be okay.
At the Law Offices of Ashley Philpot Mattos, we tailor our approach to fit your individual needs, whether it means representing your interests in divorce mediations or aggressively advocating for you in court. In your first initial consultation, we will discuss the substantial aspects of your current situation to help develop an effective strategy.
Dividing Community Property? Get A Lawyer Involved.
California is a community property state, which means that each spouse owns an equal share of the assets and liabilities acquired during the marriage. Regardless of whether you choose to end your marriage through a contested or uncontested divorce, a judge must approve your property settlement.
The reality is that dividing this property is not a simple 50-50 split and any mistake made during this process can prove extremely costly. With our business and mathematical acumen, we are well-equipped to protect your interests. We can successfully address even the most complex property issues, including:
- Divorces involving bankruptcy or significant debt
- High net worth divorces
- Dividing an interest in a professional practice or family business
- Tracing commingled funds and separate property
- Uncovering hidden assets and preventing undervaluation
Don’t Give Up Any Of Your Rights In A Divorce
As you transition from being married to being single, it is important that you do not give up any of your property rights during the process. We will work diligently to protect your interests in a comprehensive settlement.
Schedule an appointment with our experienced family lawyer. You can call our law office at 559-544-9696, or you can send us an email with your information. We represent individuals throughout the state.