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Property Division: Community Property Versus Equitable Distribution

by Collin C. McKean on Aug. 29, 2016

Divorce & Family Law Divorce Divorce & Family Law  Family Law Estate  Estate Planning 

Summary: This CLE provides comparisons between Community Property Jurisdictions and Equitable Distribution Jurisdictions for legal practitioners.

Most family law practitioners are familiar with property division in their own states, but confusion ensues when a couple moves from one jurisdiction to another, from a community property state to an equitable distribution state, and vice versa. It is more confounding when a couple may have spelled...

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