quasi-community property

Definition of "quasi-community property"
  1. Property acquired jointly by a married couple in a non-community property state that gets treated like community property when they move to a community property state, especially during division upon death or divorce
How to use "quasi-community property" in a sentence
  1. Even though the house was bought in New York, it became quasi-community property after they moved to California and decided to divorce.
  2. Though they jointly bought the assets in New Jersey, they were divided as quasi-community property after moving to Texas post marriage.
  3. The heirlooms are seen as quasi-community property since the couple acquired them in Virginia and moved to Arizona later on.

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