DID YOU KNOW BY ATTORNEY F.M. ZAVALA

Community property is defined under current law as “all property, real or personal, wherever situated, acquired by a married person during the marriage while domiciled in [California] … ,” except as otherwise provided by statute. In other words, all property acquired during marriage is community property unless it comes within a specific statutory exception, such as that for separate property. Fam. Code § 760


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