Community Property

In states with community property laws, community property is defined as property that is jointly owned by a married couple. Community property is typically divided evenly between the husband and wife in the event of a divorce. Community property laws vary from state to state, but typically, any property that is acquired during the marriage is considered community property. This includes income, debt, and assets such as homes, cars, and furniture.

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