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Yes, both the truck and the car are community property. It does not matter that either is titled in only one of your names.
He would not be entitled to half of the original cost. He would be entitled to half of what it is worth now and if there is a loan on it, it may be well worth close to $0.
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Yes, unfortunately you would have to pay him half the value of the jeep. That is if he ever becomes aware of his rights...
Oh I am glad you said that. If the money you received is from a personal injury which I believe that is then the stuff that you bought with it would actually be your separate property as well. Yes, you can make trades against everything however you want.
You should be getting child support and you will be able to if you file for it. Yes, you have a good case but keep in mind that California is a "no fault" state so it doesn't matter about the cheating and all that, you can get a divorce just because you want one.
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What does that mean it was a dual case? It is whoever got injured. Or was it a medical malpractice case?
No, the judge can only order based on what income is shown but you can raise the fact that he is being paid under the table.
I see, then that money would be community property since you were both injured.