Joint Ownership & Property Division Issues with Steven Kahn

By Hoge Fenton | 04.13.2022 | Real Estate and Land Use

Joint Ownership and Division of Property Issues in Superior Court, Family Court, and Probate Court

April 28, 2022, 12:00 – 1:30 pm PDT via Zoom

Presented by Santa Clara County Bar Association Real Property & Business Law Section

Co-Sponsored by Contra Costa County Bar Association

A highly experienced panel will discuss a variety of methods of co-ownership of real estate and real estate businesses and the various methods of division of such property in Superior Court, Family Court, and Probate Court, including:

  • Tenants-In-Common Agreements; ‘Romantic Partners’ purchasing real property together; Joint Tenancy; Community Property; LLC operating agreements; Partnership agreements.
  • Formation; operations; addition and exits of members; dissolution; partition; remedies.
  • Linkages between advance planning, pitfalls in division of property, valuation issues.
  • Partition actions.
  • Business partners in tenancy in common, partnerships or LLCs who own real estate and a real estate business and need to split up.
  • Marital issues in divorce involving ownership of real estate, real estate businesses and professional practices.
  • Family issues in death of one or both parents involving ownership of real estate, real estate businesses; multi-generational family business issues
  • How these various scenarios are resolved in court and through litigation
  • Finding good valuation experts


  • Steven J. Kahn, Hoge Fenton
  • Julia P. McDowell, Hoover Krepelka
  • Erin A. Norcia, Temmerman Cilley & Kohlmann LLP
  • Julie A. Emede, Santa Clara County Superior Court
  • Frank Burke,  ADR Services as moderator

Meet Our Real Estate & Land Use Chair

Steven Kahn is a seasoned real estate lawyer who balances litigation skill with strategy to achieve his clients’ goals and protect their interests. Steven focuses on real estate disputes and litigation. He represents clients throughout Northern California, including individuals, families, trusts, real estate professionals, insurers, municipalities, and businesses of any size, private or public.

This program is provided as an educational service by Hoge Fenton . This communique is an overview only, and should not be construed as legal advice or advice to take any specific action. Please be sure to consult a knowledgeable professional with assistance with your particular legal issue. © 2022 Hoge Fenton

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