What is the difference between community and non-community property in Florida?
Community property is a term that talks about property that is owned jointly by the parties. Legally, that term isn’t really used in Florida. We hear about it in states like California. We talk about marital property. That’s property that has been acquired during the term of the marriage, and I think that’s probably what you mean. When you’re looking at community property, you’re thinking about the property that has been acquired during the marriage of the parties.