Property Division

The Path to a Healthier Divorce

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California Property Division Mediation

Helping You Protect Your Assets 

During the course of a marriage, a couple accumulates a great deal of property and assets that are considered community property and belongs to both people equally. However, during a divorce, couples must determine fair division of that property. Without help from a skilled divorce mediator, these negotiations can quickly go from challenging to highly contentious. Rather than turn to litigation or allow the process to become prolonged and stressful, allow us to guide you through mediation and help you find a resolution that works for your needs.

To schedule a free consultation, contact us online or via phone at 949-368-2121.

Asset Division in High Net Worth Divorce

The only exception to the Community Property rule is if you have a valid prenuptial agreement with different specifications as to how the property should be divided following a divorce. Property acquired before the marriage, or following the separation, is considered separate property and is generally exempt from property division.

The valuation process can be a lengthy one, particularly in high net worth cases. Just a few of the things that will need to be evaluated include:

  • Businesses
  • Investments
  • Real estate
  • Stock options
  • Intellectual property

Once the worth of all of these assets is determined, the property division can begin. In some cases, it may be helpful to hire a forensic accountant who is trained to analyze, condense, and present complex financial information so it is understandable to all parties.

Find Fair Property Division Solutions through Mediation

All aspects of a divorce can be handled through mediation. When a couple chooses this route, they are saving the time, money, and stress that are often a huge part of litigation. At Alternative Divorce Solutions, we are highly knowledgeable about the legal implications of property division and can help ensure that your needs are fully met. We are here to provide skilled navigation through these complex challenges.

Property division can include the following types of assets:

  • Bank accounts
  • Bonds
  • Businesses
  • Investments
  • Mutual funds
  • Pensions
  • Personal property
  • Real estate
  • Retirement funds
  • Stocks

Knowledgeable & Compassionate Care

Our team of dedicated Certified Mediators work tirelessly to help our clients find solutions that work for everyone.

To schedule a free consultation, contact us online or via phone at 949-368-2121.

Meet Our Founder

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Headshot of Lani Baron, divorce mediator at Alternative Divorce Solutions

Lani Baron


Clients Share Their Stories

Stories Like These Inspire Us Every Day

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“Thank you for all your knowledge, conscientiousness, and kindness.”

– Beverly

“First and foremost, I found that I had a lot to learn about the divorce mediation process. I did not exactly know what the role of the mediator was or if we would still have to go to Court.”

– Donald B.

“I was so stressed out before I went to ADS. Once I got there Lani sat with me and my husband and explained the whole mediation process. After I left I knew exactly what to expect and ADS lived up to my expectations.”

– Giz S.

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Top 10 Reasons
To Choose Mediation
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  • You get to be in control of your divorce.
  • Tailored solutions based on your needs.
  • Focus on your emotional well-being.
  • Eliminates combative power struggles.
  • Less stressful for every family member.
  • Neutral help from a qualified mediator.
  • Completely private and confidential.
  • Can protect the interests of young children.
  • Saves time by preventing long litigation.
  • Less money spent on attorney and court filing fees.