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Are you going through divorce?
Were the assets accumulated during your marriage?
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You would be entitled to interest in all properties accumulated by your husband during the marriage with marital funds. California is a community property state. So, if you and your spouse do not agree as to division of your debts and assets accumulated during the marriage, the marital/community debts and assets, the Court would divide everything 50/50. These would include any house, vehicles, rental properties, retirement accounts, and saving accounts. See California Family Code Sections 760, 770, 772, 2550.
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