Community Funds

Money belonging to the marital community, or, more generally, any money either party earned during the marriage. The community funds can refer to the parties’ cash on hand or the funds used to purchase or pay on particular item. When community funds are used to purchase something, it is presumed community. When community funds are used to pay on property that is community property, the marital community gets a “lien” against that property.

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