Community Property

If you are considering divorce, then you may wonder what will happen to your property and assets that you and your spouse have acquired before or during your marriage.

California is a community property state. That means property and debts acquired by the spouses during marriage is divided equally and anything acquired by either spouse prior to their marriage or since their separation belongs to that spouse alone. There are a number of exceptions to this general rule.

Please call our offices at (951) 506-6654 to schedule a free consultation to discuss how the law applies to the particular facts of your case.

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