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Old 12-08-2009, 12:33 PM
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Which States follow the Community Property rules?

The States that follow the Community property rules for allocation of income (for couples who have terminated their marriages) include the following;
  1. Arizona.
  2. California.
  3. Idaho.
  4. Louisiana.
  5. Nevada,
  6. New Mexico.
  7. Texas.
  8. Washington.
  9. Wisconsin.

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