Property Subject to Division
Community Property Subject to Division
In a divorce or legal separation all community property is subject to division. Further, it is important to remember that separate property and community property are property subject to division in a divorce or legal separation, but the division is limited only to the community property.
Any of the following assets can be characterized as community property or have a community property interest, and thus is property subject to division:
• Real estate
• Furniture, furnishings and appliances
• Jewelry, antiques and collections
• Automobiles, motorcycles, and boats
• Checking and savings accounts
• Employment bonuses
• Severance pay
• Businesses and partnerships
• Stock options
• Disability payments
• Worker’s compensation
• Life insurance proceeds; AND
• Court judgments
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Whether you are unsure if property you own is community property or know that a large amount of community property will be subject to division in your divorce or legal separation, it is crucial that your retain Wallin & Klarich to protect your property interests.
If you or someone you know is considering divorce or legal separation, you will need a skilled attorney to advise you properly with regard to your property rights and to ensure that your legal rights are protected.
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