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Riverside County Family Support Division
Riverside County, 2041 Iowa Avenue, Riverside, CA 92507 Phone: (909) 275-4100
Riverside County Court Information
Superior Court of California, County of Riverside, Riverside Family Law Court, 4175 Main St., P.O. Box 431, Riverside, CA 92501
Riverside County Divorce Support Groups
When Your Relationship Ends Group - Loma Linda University Medical Center 11234 Anderson Ave Loma Linda, Ca 92354 Phone: 909/558-4367 Contact: Dr Leigh Aveling E-mail: [email protected]
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Generally, debts incurred during the marriage are community obligations. This includes credit card bills, even if the credit card is in one name only. Student loans are an important exception because they are considered separate property debts. Community property possessions and community property debts are divided equally unless both spouses agree to an unequal division in writing. If spouses can't agree on the division of debts and possessions, a judge makes that decision.
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