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Introduction On July 20, 2015, the California Supreme Court issued In re Marriage of Davis, 61 Cal. 4th 846 (2015) (Davis). For the purpose of determining when a couple is “separated” and thus no longer acquiring community property, Davis adopted the reasoning from Norviel1 and construed the phrase “living separate and apart” as requ...

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