Commingled Asset

Separately owned funds or property that become mixed with someone else’s personal or jointly-owned funds or property. In situations involving divorce real estate, a commingled asset most often refers to a home or land purchased by one spouse before the marriage, which later becomes community property because the other spouse’s funds were used to make mortgage or tax payments or cover the cost of repairs or upgrades.

BAY AREA DIVORCE REALTOR®

SHANNON ROSE/ROSE GROUP
DRE #01422955

KW BAY AREA ESTATE
DRE #01526679

16780 LARK AVE.
LOS GATOS, CA 95032

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