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Marriage in Community of Property Pros and Cons
Marriage in Community of Property Pros and Cons
Usually, when a person gets married in a community of property, the spouses automatically become co-owners of all their combined assets.

Marriages Out of Community of Property Where the Accrual is Expressly Excluded

If a spouse enters into an agreement with a third party, that does not know or cannot reasonably be expected to know that the spouse requires their spouse’s permission to enter into the transaction, that innocent third party will be protected and the transaction will be valid and enforceable. The innocent spouse does have limited protection and can ask for an adjustment when the estate is divided at the end of the marriage.

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