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I live in the State of Ca and am married. If I am left a sum

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I live in the State of Ca and am married. If I am left a sum of money from parents, how much of it should be shared with spouse?

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Hi, I'm trained and experienced in family law, and I would love to help you through your current situation. If you acquired it either as a gift or inheritance, you are under no obligation to share the money either during marriage or divorce. Gifts and inheritance are exceptions to the community property presumption in California.


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Remember, this is not legal advice, but is legal information only.


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Does that make sense?



Yes it does make sense and I wish to thank you very much for the information.


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