In a divorce, the Court will divide all of the community property and debts based on what the Court deems is “fair and equitable” to both parties.
Anything that is acquired during a marriage, including debt, is considered part of the community estate. Anything acquired prior to marriage is considered separate property. Also, anything acquired during the marriage by gift or inheritance is considered separate property.
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