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Dividing Intellectual Property in a Divorce

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Dividing intellectual property in a divorce. A common (and difficult) part of divorce involves dividing the community property between divorcing spouses. Such community property may often include bank accounts, family homes, vehicles, investment accounts, business interests, and the like. The assets you and your divorcing spouse share may also include various types of intellectual… Read More »

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California Teachers’ Retirement is Community Property

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California teachers’ retirement is community property. CalSTRS was founded in 1913 and is part of the State of California’s Government Operations Agency. The California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) provides retirement, disability and survivor benefits for California teachers and their families. CalSTRS participants are not eligible for Social Security retirement benefits unless from another… Read More »

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Separate Property vs Community Property in a Divorce?

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Prior to marriage, each party’s property is known as “separate property.” This means that you–and only you–own this property, and it should remain yours following a divorce. Any property that you and your spouse accrue during marriage is known as “community property” in California. However, in many instances, the line between separate and community… Read More »

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Division of Property Between Married Couples – Change of Ownership

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California has a number of rules for the division of property between married couples. Many people spend a significant portion of their adult lives married. These years often include the beginning of a career and the acquisition of significant property, such as a family home. For married couples, California has a number of legal… Read More »

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