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Inheritance In Community Property States

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In community property states like Nevada, all property acquired during the marriage is presumed to be split 50-50 in the event of a divorce. Nevada law states that any inheritances, gifts or bequests granted to one person are theirs – but it can sometimes be difficult to determine if the grant is to one… Read More »

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Ensuring Your Prenup Is Enforceable

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More and more couples are utilizing Prenuptial Agreements, also called Prenups or Premarital Agreements, to protect their assets and remove control of the division of assets from the Court’s discretion in the event of a divorce. However, mistakes in drafting or execution of the Agreement creates a risk that the agreement will be declared… Read More »

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Navigating The Community Property System

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In this day and age, only nine states follow the community property system, with a tenth, Alaska, allowing couples to opt in. This means that the odds of a divorcing couple understanding the community property system is somewhat low, especially if they moved from another state to Nevada. If you are unfamiliar with community… Read More »

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