No matter whose name is on the title, if you and your spouse acquired a rental property during your marriage, California law considers it marital property – otherwise known as community property. According to state law, all community property is … ContinuedRead More
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If you get divorced as someone with a 401(k) or retirement pension in California, you may be at risk of sharing the money you earned with your ex-spouse. California is a community property state, meaning the divorce courts divide all … ContinuedRead More
One of the most complicated aspects of divorce is dividing property and assets that both parties own, or community property. If you are currently going through a divorce involving real property, you may come across the phrase “Moore/Marsden calculation.” Understanding … ContinuedRead More
Some couples who choose to remain unmarried wonder about property rights, particularly if they have lived together for several years. In the state of California, the courts don’t recognize any common marriage law. Cohabitation does, however, present some interesting property … ContinuedRead More
If you’re considering a divorce, you’ve probably already put some thought into how it will affect you financially. Perhaps you’re even toying with the idea of ferreting money away from your spouse, so you’ll have a nest egg when the … ContinuedRead More