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What Happens To Property After A Split Between Cohabiting Couples?

Cohabiting couples are two individuals who stay together under one roof but are not married. Today it has become a trend to stay with each other before getting married and an increasing number of couples are following this trend. During cohabiting, couples accumulate property that is jointly owned by both of them. However, during a split, they have difficulty dividing the property. Property division is a headache even for married couples and can become confusing. Below are some of the factors that help property division for cohabiting couples. Palimony Common law marriage is not recognized by California which means that…

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Understanding Palimony & "Marvinizers" In California Cases

Palimony may sound like alimony but there are subtle differences between the two. For one, Palimony is applicable for unmarried couples who lived together before getting separated. Both of them work in a similar fashion and both involve spousal support paid by one partner to the other. Marvin v. Marvin The word palimony was first used during a court trial involving two unmarried partners who split shortly after a live-in relationship. ended. In 1976, actor Lee Marvin from California had a palimony case against him by his girlfriend Michele Triola for failing to fulfill his promise of financial support. Marvin’s…

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