California Community Property Examples and Explanations 3e

ISBN-10: 0735589836
ISBN-13: 9780735589834
Edition: 3rd 2010 (Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.)
Authors: Goldberg
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Description: Using the Examples & Explanations pedagogy and FITS (Funds,Intentions, and Title)—an original tool for understanding the complexities ofCalifornia Community Property— Charlotte Goldberg presents aneffective and timely overview of California’s  More...

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List price: $49.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 7/2/2010
Binding: Paperback
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Using the Examples & Explanations pedagogy and FITS (Funds,Intentions, and Title)—an original tool for understanding the complexities ofCalifornia Community Property— Charlotte Goldberg presents aneffective and timely overview of California’s community property system.FITS (Funds, Intentions, and Title) —a class-tested, unique tool fordetermining, under California law, whether marital property is to beconsidered community or separate propertyThe FITS acronym helps students to understand the roles that funds,intentions, and titles play in characterizing property as eitherseparate or communitythe proven-effective Examples & Explanations pedagogy combinesstraightforward introductions with well-written examples and explanations thatapply concepts, reinforce learning, and test understanding of material coveredmeticulous treatment of joint titles and reimbursement, featuringexamples thoroughly illustrating all possible scenarios, includingretroactivitycoverage of tangible and intangible property, such as businesses,educational degrees, goodwill, and pensionspremarital agreements and recent amendments to the PremaritalAgreement ActUpdated throughout and with many new examples, the Second Edition features:major developments regarding retroactivity of the Family Code —affectingpremarital agreements, fiduciary duty, and domestic partnershipsseveral new cases clarifying premarital agreements and fiduciary dutynew case decision regarding celebrity goodwillcoverage of Family Code §4 and §2640(c)Designed and written for the needs of students, Examples & Explanations:California Community Property, now in a Second Edition, combinesthe time-tested E&E pedagogy with a class-tested tool of analysis that makesan enormous difference in the depth and quality of students’ understanding ofCalifornia community property law.

Introduction
The Community Chameleon: How Property Can Be Changed by Agreement
Evidentiary Presumptions
Let Me Call It Mine, Yours, or Ours: The Role of Title in Characterization of Property
The Tangible and the Intangible: Classification of Specific Types of Property
Who Has the Power? Management and Control of Community Property
What If We Have Debts? Creditors' Rights and the Community
How Do I Leave Thee? Division at Divorce
Until Death Do Us Part? Division at Death
Quasi-Community Property
Putative or Partners: Problems That Arise When Couples Are Not Married
Domestic Partnerships
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Index

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