Rancho Cucamonga Property Division ATTORNEY


California is a “community property state.” This means that any assets (or debts) acquired by either or both parties during the marriage is presumed to be community property for purposes of property division. This means each party should receive one-half of the value of the property or be one-half responsible for the debt. Sometimes issues may center around title on deeds or  tracing of separate property down payments or contributions. This area of the law can become complex. It is important to use a local knowledgeable family law attorney to unwind these issues. I recommend that you call me at my office for a free 30 minute consolation during which we can ascertain how to get your best “deal.” Inheritances and gifts are not included as community assets.

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Christina Ferrante
“I will do everything I can to help walk you through the journey of your case.  I will work tirelessly to bring you and your family resolve in these difficult times.”

Ms. Ferrante has been practicing family law and probate which includes the subject matters highlighted in this website, for over 25 years in the same geographical area. This has allowed her to develop a familiarity with the respective judges and a rapport with court staff. This is important for the ease and successful handling of your case.

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“What other attorneys did not accomplish in one year, Christina did in 90 days! I am now happily living in my home again which is 100% mine as well as owning 100% of my business.”

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