Is Ohio a community property state?


Ohio is not a community property state. This means that when a couple divorces only the assets acquired during the marriage can be distributed. Any property or money which was owned by one person before the marriage stays with its original owner.
Q&A Related to "Is Ohio a community property state?"
In a community property state, whatever a person owns before getting married is their own. BUT whatever property they acquire while married belongs to the husband and wife equally
1. Determine if you and your spouse live in a community property state. Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin are community property
COMMUNITY PROPERTY STATES. • Arizona. • California. • Idaho. • Louisiana. • Nevada. • New Mexico. • Texas. • Washington. • Wisconsin.
All states have laws related to division of property, most commonly in a divorce; each state is either a "community property" or "equitable distribution" state.
1 Additional Answer
No, Ohio is not a community property state. The term used in Ohio is marital property. Everything in Ohio is considered marital property unless one can prove that it is a separate property.
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