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Tracing Assets to a Community or Separate Property Source
Tracing Assets to a Community or Separate Property Source

The Importance of Characterizing Property Why does establishing the character of an asset as community or separate property matter in a divorce? When you get a divorce, the court will only make a just and right division of those assets which are considered to be community ...

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