Community Property

A way to characterize either real or personal property (with certain exceptions) acquired after marriage while a resident of a Community Property state that by law is the property of both parties to the marriage even though title may be in the name of one or the other. (Community property states are: Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico Texas and Washington.)

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