Fault in the breakup of the marriage
Health of the parties
Education of the parties
The present earnings of the parties
The earning capacity of the parties in the future
The party raising the minor children of the marriage
The specific nature of the property
Any separate property that a spouse may have
Any inheritance that a spouse is likely to receive
Tax issues in connection with property
Any fraud that one spouse has committed against the community or the other spouse
The debts of the parties
Eventually, at the end of the divorce proceeding each party is awarded some of the community assets which upon divorce become that party´s separate assets going forward.
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