Keeping What Is Yours After a Divorce
The division of community property is one of the most complicated issues that arises during a divorce. Arizona is a community property state, which means that, with few exceptions, any property acquired during marriage is divided equally between the spouses during divorce, which can lead to complications. The representation of an experienced lawyer can protect what you value the most.
With offices located in Phoenix, Arizona, I am family law attorney Kenneth A. Winsberg and I help clients resolve complex property division disputes. I understand the issues involved in these cases and will take the time to understand what concerns you have when filing for divorce.
In addition to more than 40 years of experience, I am also certified as a Family Law Specialist by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. I am prepared to find solutions that can meet your needs.
Separate or Community Property
Any property or asset acquired before marriage, through inheritance or as a gift is considered to be separate property. Issues can arise when assets acquired prior to marriage are combined with assets obtained during marriage. Determining which property and assets are separate and which are community property can be difficult, but I can help you sort out the complexities and protect your interests.
If you are facing a complex property division dispute, schedule an appointment with me by calling 602-248-0274, extension 24 or 10. You can also contact me by e-mail.
Spanish language services are available. I accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.