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Who Will Pay the Credit Card Debt After Divorce?
Who Will Pay the Credit Card Debt After Divorce?

California’s Equitable Distribution Standard If you are getting divorced in California, your property, assets, and debts will be divided based on the state’s equitable distribution standard, which exists to divide marital property as fairly as possible. The term “equitable ...

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    California’s Equitable Distribution Standard If you are getting divorced in California, your property, assets, and debts will be divided based on the state’s equitable distribution standard, which ...

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    Equitable Distribution of Property California is an equitable distribution state. That means that all property and assets accumulated during the marriage are typically considered to be owned by both ...

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