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Community Property

    

According to California state law, a marriage makes two people 1 legal “community.” Therefore, California is a community property state. Property that the two people acquire during their marriage is defined as “community property.” by the state of California. In addition, any debt – such as car loans, credit cards, mortgages – that the couple acquires during the marriage is also shared between the two people and defined as “community debt.”

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