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When you are contemplating divorce, working closely with an attorney who will explain clearly all rights, options, and consequences can help to ensure that you make decisions that are in your best interests. Contact our firm today to schedule a consultation and case evaluation with an experienced divorce attorney.

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Community property laws seem simple: add up all the marital property and split it in half. In fact, reaching a property settlement in a California divorce is almost always more complicated than that. Inherited or separate property may have been commingled with community property over the years. In some divorces, one spouse may try to hide marital property. Experienced divorce and property division lawyer Brenda McCune helps clients sort out all the facts and is well prepared to negotiate or litigate in order to obtain a fair division of property in your divorce. We encourage you to contact our Brea law office today to request a free consultation.

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Name and address of employer

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Name of spouse

Number of years married

Do you have children and if so, what are their ages?

Have you been divorced before and if so please list the dates of your previous marriages and divorces.

Are you currently separated from your current spouse?
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Date last lived together

Have you discussed reconciliation?
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If so, what is the status?

Have there been any incidents of violence in the marriage?
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If yes, please list the name of the firm and/or attorney.

Please provide a general description of the assets of both parties.

Please provide a general description of the liabilities of both parties.

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