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Tracing Separate Property Commingled With Community Property

Posted on : August 8, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Tracing Separate Property Commingled With Community Property

Tracing Separate Property Commingled With Community Property In Arizona, courts presume that property a couple acquires during marriage is community property. A spouse can overcome this with clear and convincing evidence. In Kingsberry v Kingsberry 379 P.2d 893 (1963), the Arizona Supreme Court of addressed this issue. Facts of the Case Mrs. Kingsberry and Mr. […]

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Result of Commingling Community and Separate Property

Posted on : August 8, 2016, By:  Christopher Hildebrand
Result of Commingling Separate and Community Property

Result of Commingling Community and Separate Property Under Arizona law, when one spouse earns income from separate property, that income is usually considered separate property. However, if the spouse does not keep them separate from community funds, the court can treat them as community property. In Franklin v. Franklin 253 P.2d 337 (1953) the Arizona Supreme Court […]

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