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What Is Community Property?
What Is Community Property?

Pursuant to California Family Code section 760, "except as otherwise provided by statute, all property, real or personal, wherever situated, acquired by a married person during marriage while domiciled in this state is community property." The exceptions identified in the ...

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Blog posts in January, 2011

  • What Is Separate Property?

    Separate property is not subject to division by the court upon dissolution of marriage or legal separation. In California, separate property is ...

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  • What Is A Premarital (Prenuptual) Agreement?

    If you are thinking about getting married, the thought of a premarital agreement has probably crossed you mind. For most people, that thought stays in ...

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  • What Is An Order To Show Cause (OSC)?

    An Order to Show Cause (OSC) is a court order requiring the person to whom it is directed to appear for a hearing at a specific time and place, to ...

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  • What Factors Are Used To Determine Child Support?

    Pursuant to Family Code Sections 3900 and 3901, the "father and mother of a minor child have an equal responsibility to support their child in the ...

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  • How Do You Find A Divorce Attorney In Rancho Cucamonga?

    Finding the right attorney in Rancho Cucamonga for your divorce can be a daunting task. Although there is an endless list of criteria to consider ...

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  • What General Steps Are Involved With A Divorce?

    The general steps for filing a divorce in California: A Petition for Dissolution of Marriage is filed by one spouse (known as the Petitioner) and ...

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