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How “Transmutation” Can Affect The Status Of Community Property In A California Divorce

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

In a California divorce case, the court starts with a presumption that any property owned by either spouse is separate property, and any property acquired during the marriage is community property (unless the property was made to one spouse by gift or inheritance). This presumption may be overcome, however, in a number of ways…. Read More »

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Handling Hidden Assets In A Divorce

By Foster Hsu, LLP |

Getting divorced in California will require you to disclose all property to the other side, so that the Court can be properly classified your assets and/or debts as separate property or community property. As you might already know, California is a community property state. What this means is that there is an automatic presumption… Read More »

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