Temecula Divorce Attorney

The Law Offices of Michael D. Iverson brings years of successful service and legal knowledge to each case.

Temecula Divorce Lawyer

Our Top-Rated Firm Can Resolve Your Divorce

If you and your spouse cannot reconcile your differences and wish to end your marriage, divorce is the next step. Although this process may seem daunting at first, it is manageable with the help of the right lawyer.

At the Law Offices of Michael D. Iverson, APC, our respected Temecula divorce attorney listens to your story and advances your goals from start to finish of the legal process. He educates, advocates, negotiates, and litigates in your best interests. You can trust that we will keep you updated on your case from start to finish. We will also thoroughly explore your options with you so that you can make an educated decision on what is best for you and your loved ones.

What sets us apart?

  • Individualized attention: All representation is based on the unique goals of each client.
  • Efficiency and effectiveness: We're committed to resolving each case as quickly and effectively as possible.
  • Lasting relationships: We focus on building relationships established on trust.
  • Excellent communication: All consultations are confidential, and we keep you updated throughout your case.

Divorce vs. Legal Separation

California is one of the states that allows the option of legal separation. Like divorce, you still make decisions regarding property division, child custody, and child and spousal support. However, as an alternative to divorce, legal separation differs in one crucial way: you remain married but live separately.

A couple may choose legal separation if they want to continue receiving medical benefits, which they only have access to if married. In other cases, for couples of certain religious backgrounds, it may go against their beliefs to get divorced.

California: A Community Property State

California is considered a community property state, so all assets and property acquired during the marriage are owned equally by both spouses. Also known as marital property, this includes assets, debts, property, and income. A couple cannot sell, transfer, or get rid of community property without the other spouse's permission, but can do what they wish with their half. Once the couple ends their marriage, any property acquired after will be considered separate property.

Community property may include but is not limited to the following:

  • Money
  • Debt
  • Property
  • Vehicles
  • Vacation home
  • Collectibles, art, antiques

Call (951) 418-2770 or contact us online today to get started. Our Temecula divorce attorney takes a personalized approach to every case we take on.

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Former Client Experiences

  • "Highly recommend!"
    Maureen S.
  • Less then a month after my consultation it was done. Everyone is awesome and very helpful on any questions I had.

    Chuck G.
  • "Michael was fantastic to deal with and very professional."
    Ryan A.
  • "I am so grateful to him and his supporting staff."
  • "When I have a legal issue, I call Iverson."
    Perry K.
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  • Building Lasting Relationships
    There is a strong emphasis on building relationships that are rooted in trust.
  • Efficient & Effective
    We are committed to resolving each case as quickly and effectively as possible.
  • Individualized Attention
    All representation is based on the unique goals of each client or situation.
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