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Equitable Distribution vs. Community Property
Equitable Distribution vs. Community Property

Property division laws, the legal allocation of assets during a divorce, vary between states. There is no one standard for how money and items are divided among a divorced couple, so each case requires careful evaluation of the couple’s property and the state of the ...

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