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Quasi-Community PropertyQuasi-community property, what is it and what effect does this classification have on the distribution of the marital estate during divorce proceedings?

Marital property, no matter what jurisdiction you live in, is any property that was acquired during the marriage. There are exceptions to this rule, however, but for purposes of determining what “quasi-community property” is, we will start with the premise that the property was acquired during the marriage and is not subject to any exception.

Community Property Law States vs. Equitable Distribution Jurisdictions

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file for divorce, californiaWhere should I file for divorce? When contemplating a divorce, there are many things to consider, both practical and emotional. Taking on the financial and logistical aspects of a divorce alone can be an enormous burden. Issues such as child custody and division of possessions are hard enough, but one must also consider alimony, paperwork, fees, and everything else that comes with taking apart a marriage. The good news is that seeking help from a qualified attorney can make the process much easier.

All states have their own regulations as to what is required in order to get a divorce in their jurisdiction so one of the the first things to evaluate is where to file the divorce paperwork.

File for Divorce In California

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