Section summaries, chapter synopses, an index, and other time-saving features provide fast, direct access to the information.
Includes detailed coverage of:
• The California Community Property system characterization of property, management and control, accountant's valuation, liabilities of spouses and their property for debts, division of property on dissolution of marriage or legal separation
• Other family law matters affecting property ownership of both married and unmarried couples
• The accountant's role as an expert and consultant in community property litigation
• Tax consequences, property characterization and division, parties' agreements, state law, child and spousal support, death
First published in 1985.