Coinciding interest for two or more individuals that have holdings in personal, intellectual or real property. This essentially allows two or more individuals to own the property as though they were one individual. Graham v. Allen, 11 Ariz. App. 207, 208 (1970). Though joint tenancy is technically separate property, under A.R.S. 25-318(A), it is treated as though it is community property in divorce proceedings. Toth v. Toth, 190 Ariz. 218, 220 (1997).