Asset division disputes are often a major issue in California divorces, turning what could be a peaceful divorce into a contentious battle. However, property settlement attorney Charles M. Green has found that negotiation and mediation leading to Voluntary Settlement are effective ways to resolve property law disputes. He will not hesitate to go to court when necessary if that will provide you a desirable outcome.
The divorce settlement process involves determining what is the separate property of each spouse and what is community property, and then assigning a value to it. The characterization of property acquired and income earned during the marriage will need to be inventoried and characterized. The property and income may or may not be community property. Those complexities require the type of experience Charles M. Green provides.
The specific date of separation is a vital component in asset division disputes. The actual day the marriage ended can be subjective and often a point of contention between a divorcing couple. The date of separation can determine if property is separate or community and can impact the duration of spousal support. Similarly, the date an asset is valued such as a home valued on the date of trial or another date can have a material effect on your financial recovery from the dissolution process.
At our firm, we recognize that arguments can arise over who owns what. Attorney Charles M. Green is a strong believer in the negotiation and mediation process. The division of community propert is an important part of a divorce. The lifetime significance of a property settlement should make one think twice before relinquishing the decision-making process to a caring but overly burdened court system, that will be very expensive and may require many experts to be employed for testimony. If possible, the division of your possessions should be determined between you and your soon to be ex-spouse. Mediation within a skillfully managed “Voluntary Settlement Process” allows for innovative and creative solutions in dividing property to take into account your particular facts and your particular needs.
As one of the few experienced Family Law Specialists with an Accountancy background as a CPA (currently inactive), Charles M. Green is the best choice in Los Angles for getting the divorce settlement you deserve in a property division dispute . He understands the meaningful “between the lines” details of a personal and business income tax return. To protect your property settlement assets and debts, please call the attorney Charles M. Green at (213) 387-4508 to schedule an office consultation.
In addition to Mr. Green’s experience as a community property settlement attorney and his certification as a specialist in family law, he also holds a background in accounting as a former CPA (currently inactive). His knowledge of finance gives clients a true understanding of the value of community property and the rights that they have to these assets. Charles M. Green’s approach is to seek a resolution through negotiation and mediation first. Voluntary settlement offers significant advantages over the courtroom:
While voluntary settlement offers these advantages, Family Law Attorney Charles M. Green can represent your community property case effectively in the courtroom should the other party be unwilling to compromise reasonably.
Charles M. Green is Certified as a Family Law Specialist through the Board of Legal Specialization of the State Bar of California.
A Certified Family Law Specialist must pass an extensive written examination in the variety of subjects that are family law, be approved by a peer review process and show proficiency in Family Law by having represented clients in a sufficient number of Family Law cases with varying degrees of complexity. Continuing education is required to maintain this specialty designation.
Charles Green also has prior experience as a Certified Public Accountant. This combination of legal and financial experience and education makes Charles M. Green uniquely qualified to represent clients in the most complex of financial issues that are found in...