Seeking Amicable Property Partition Through Mediation And Experience
The Community Property Partition (or division) part of family law and divorce proceedings can be particularly difficult. This is not necessarily due to emotional conflicts between each party (although that can be part of it). In most cases, simply deciding on what assets to keep, what assets to liquidate, determining an accurate value of the property and assets, and dividing those assets equally is the challenge.
How Mediation Can Help With Asset Division
In a divorce trial, you and a lawyer must go against your ex partner in court. This process is necessarily adversarial. However, mediation allows you to work with your former spouse to reach a favorable arrangement. It also grants you more control over the outcome. Speak to Ms. Sirera if you would like to discuss property division and mediation.
Experience And Skill In The Division Of Marital Assets For Divorcing Couples
The Law Office of Virginia Erwin Sirera, LLC, has spent more than 25 years helping couples going through complex and high-asset divorces. She can bring an unmatched level of care and experience to your family law case, and help you arrive at reasonable solutions regarding the division of assets, including:
Physical property, like a home, car or any personal property
Investment property, including 401(k) plans, IRAs, savings and retirement investments
Business and commercial property, including family-owned businesses or shareholder property
Any marital assets that need to be liquidated or maintained post-divorce
It is always better to do all you can to retain control of how your finances and property are divided during divorce proceedings. Virginia Erwin Sirera encourages her clients to reach amicable solutions at a lower cost so that you and your spouse have more of a say over what happens to your marital assets.
Call Today For Guidance About Mediation
Virginia Erwin Sirera brings a high degree of skill and knowledge to the table as a qualified, court-appointed, third-party mediator and experienced lawyer. If you are interested in taking a less adversarial route to property division, contact her. She offers consultations over the telephone and off-site, evening and weekend appointments can be arranged. Credit cards are accepted and she offers reasonable rates. Contact her at 985-246-3180 to discuss your family law issues.