Real Estate Assets

For many people going through the difficulties of divorce, uncertainty about the future of their house (or other real property) is a source of worry. It is normal to feel stressed when you fear upheaval from your home. It is important to seek the advice of a knowledgeable lawyer if you want to protect your property.

Get The Guidance You Need

At Hendrickson Cooper Hughes, based in Huntington Beach, California, we understand how the intersection of divorce and real estate can be problematic. We help our clients protect their legal rights while providing them with honest, practical advice they can use right away.

Our attorneys are asked the following kinds of questions:

  • Who will get the house after the divorce?
  • Who will live in the house during the divorce process?
  • Is our house considered community property? What if only one of our names is on the mortgage?
  • What should I do if my house is over-financed or "underwater"?
  • What will happen to our rental property or vacation property?
  • If we get divorced, can either of us afford to stay in the house?
  • Will my children have to change schools?

Every situation is different. The answers to your questions will depend on many factors, all of which our attorneys can evaluate on your behalf.

Contact Hendrickson Cooper Hughes

Contact the experienced family law attorneys of Hendrickson Cooper Hughes. We represent clients throughout Orange County.