DID YOU KNOW BY ATTORNEY ZAVALA

UNMARRIED COUPLES HAVE NO COMMUNITY PROPERTY RIGHTS

With the exception of registered domestic partners, the community property laws do not apply to the property of unmarried cohabitants, regardless of how long they have lived together or how closely their relationship may resemble a marriage in other respects

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