If you are married and live in one of the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington or Wisconsin, and have ordered a Married Last Will & Testament, you will also receive a Community Property Agreement at no extra charge.
A Community Property Agreement is a written, signed, notarized agreement between a married couple that declares that all property or an itemized list of property, currently owned by either or both of the spouses is community property. Can declare either that all property or itemized property acquired in the future by either or both spouses is community property. Provides for the disposition of community property upon the death of the first spouse to die that the property shall pass to the surviving spouse and thereby avoid probate.
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