What is quasi-community property?
The general definition of community property is property acquired during a marriage. Quasi-community property is property that would have been community property if the parties had been living in California when it was acquired or purchased with assets that would have been community property if the parties had been in California at the time.
This issue is coming up more frequently as people move during their marriages. At Romanovska Law, this issue comes up frequently in relation to international marriage. We have clients who have moved countries, some more than once, during their marriage and who have acquired property while living in those countries. Now that they are divorcing in California, they need to know what to do.
At Romanovska Law we can help you determine what is separate property, what is community property, what is quasi-community property, and the best way to divide it all. Please contact us with all your property and other divorce questions.