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At the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., we represent clients looking to keep inheritances involving money or property. The process is complex and challenging, especially when your finances are "co-mingled" with your spouse's in a bank account.

Hector Montoya: Pima County Community Property Attorney

At the Law Office of Hector A. Montoya, P.L.L.C., we focus on equitable division, not equal in the community property state of Arizona. Establishing separate property necessitates the help of an experienced divorce attorney skilled in this specific area of the law. You require a dedicated advocate who possesses hands-on experience in corporate financial analysis. Hector Montoya takes a detail-oriented approach, bringing 10 years of experience as a corporate financial analyst.

Do you need help establishing separate property in a divorce action? Contact our Tucson divorce lawyer.

Dedication and Insight in Establishing Separate Property

In arguing what is and is not community property, we present evidence to establish separate property owned prior to the marriage or received as a gift or inheritance during the marriage, including:

Mr. Montoya is dedicated to providing aggressive and fact-based advocacy when significant assets are at stake. He provides an objective point of view during a sometimes emotionally charged process. Throughout the entire process, he protects your rights and pursues the best outcome.

Your Decisions, Our Attorney — Call 520-743-1797

Call our Tucson, Arizona, law offices to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Tucson marital property attorney or contact us online by completing our brief intake/e-mail form.