Written by attorney Douglas Charles Michie

The dangers of the transmutation of separate property to community property

There are 2 types of property in a divorce: community property, which is property considered jointly owned; and separate property, which is typically property you had before the marriage.

However, it is possible to change the state of community property to separate property, although there are reasons that you should be careful about making this decision.

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