Roseville Divorce Property Division Lawyers

Sacramento Real Property Division Attorneys

If you are going through a divorce or domestic partnership dissolution, you are likely concerned about the division of your assets. For many people, real property is one of the most essential of these assets, since their home, vacation property or rental property are involved, and since divorce or dissolution may well mean a change in their living situation and their sense of financial security.

At the Law Office of Cecil & Cianci, PC, we work with our clients to help them achieve the fair division of marital property, including primary residences, vacation homes and investment properties. Our attorneys can assist you in ensuring the best possible outcome with regard to the real estate that is important to you.

Protecting Your Real Estate Interests in the Dissolution Process

As your attorneys, our job is to help you make sure your marital assets are distributed fairly. Whether your real property holdings include a primary residence, vacation property or numerous rental and/or commercial properties, we can develop a strategy to make sure your interests are protected. Our attorneys are experienced at:

  • Utilizing real estate experts to appraise and valuate all types of real property, including those tied to professional practices and other businesses
  • Making appropriate allowances for the appreciation and depreciation of property, paying careful attention to relevant trends in real estate markets
  • Utilizing divorce mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution to help couples resolve even the most complex financial challenges without litigation

Contact the Roseville Divorce Property Division Attorneys of Cecil & Cianci

Contact Cecil & Cianci online or call 916-756-4012 for a reduced-fee consultation with an experienced lawyer. We are well versed in navigating the challenges of real estate holdings in California divorce and partnership dissolution proceedings, including those that concern vacation property division.