Notwithstanding the equal division requirement in proceedings for marital dissolution or legal separation, a loan incurred during marriage for the education or training of a party is not included among the liabilities of the community for purposes of division, but must be assigned for payment by the party, subject to certain statutory limitations. Fam. Code §2627

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