Frequently Asked Questions - Annulment

What are examples of community property and debts?

Examples of community property include: real estate, home furnishings, vehicles, bank accounts, investment accounts, credit card debts, student loans, car payments, and some retirement plans. All property or debt that either spouse acquires during the marriage is likely considered community property unless it can be proven that certain property was acquired as a gift or inheritance.

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