Frequently Asked Questions - Annulment

Is Arizona a community property state?

Arizona is a community property state. Community property generally means that spouses equally share ownership of anything purchased, acquired, or paid for during the marriage no matter who uses the property, who paid for the property, or whose name is on the title to the property.

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