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typhoon

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What is the name of your state? California

Does any one out there describe to me what is the different between "community property" and "quasi-community". I am in the process of getting a divorce, I owned everything, and was notarized the property is mine "house".

Your prompt answer is appreciated.

THANK YOU

Typhoon

P.S Sorry I left something out we've been only married only less than 5 years, to be exact is about 4 years and nine months. only the house is notarized, but the rest of the property is mine before the marriage, we only bought a camcorder and two VCRs together when we were married.
 
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typhoon said:
What is the name of your state? California

Does any one out there describe to me what is the different between "community property" and "quasi-community". I am in the process of getting a divorce, I owned everything, and was notarized the property is mine "house".

Your prompt answer is appreciated.

THANK YOU

Typhoon

P.S Sorry I left something out we've been only married only less than 5 years, to be exact is about 4 years and nine months. only the house is notarized, but the rest of the property is mine before the marriage, we only bought a camcorder and two VCRs together when we were married.

My response:

Don't worry about the meaning of "quasi-community" property. Since you're married, it doesn't apply to you or your spouse. The only designations to be concerned with are "Community Property" and "Separate Property."

IAAL
 
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typhoon

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IAAL

THANK YOU for the response, You have made my day.

Thanks again
 

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