What is community property versus non-community property?
Community property is a legal term describing property that is owned jointly by the parties. Legally, that term is not used in Florida. It is used in states like California, for example. In Florida, we refer to it as marital property, which is property that has been acquired during the term of the marriage. Contact All Family Law Group, P.A. for a free consultation with an experienced Tampa divorce attorney to obtain more information about the the division of marital debts and assets.