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In particular, a transfer into joint title may be viewed as an interspousal gift, which would support an equal division of the home upon divorce, regardless of superior contributions by one spouse from funds acquired before the marriage, or from funds acquired by gift or inheritance during the marriage.
The same exchange patterns, that many in the past considered highly legitimate, in recent decades have come under severe criticism as being highly exploitative, because they required women to work at home, and other aspects of the traditional interspousal exchanges are now considered by many, but not by all, as highly unfair.
What is the procedure to ammend or reverse interspousal transfer deed? en Español
Bank statements, tax returns, notarized interspousal escrow instructions.
Buying real estate I purchased my condo in 2004 and got married in 2005; if we sign an interspousal deed, can we qualify for the first time home buyers tax credit if we buy in my wife's name?
Ten or 15 years ago, officers executing a warrant — in the home of a man later established to be falsely accused — removed without logging some intimate interspousal videotapes from the suspect’s home.
Lewis 370 Mass. 619 (1976) that same court eliminated the rule of interspousal tort immunity, the idea that a person cannot be sued by one’s own spouse (because they form one legal entity).
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