Community Property

Community property is the legal theory that any property obtained during a marriage is equally owned by the spouses. Where the community property theory is practiced, property is equally split between spouses during a divorce.  This is practiced in California, Arizona, Louisiana, New Mexico, Idaho, Nevada, Wisconsin, Washington and Texas.

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