What is the major difference between marital (community) and separate property?

Marital Separate Property Divorce Law

What is the major difference between marital (community) and separate property?

The important distinction is that separate property is owned by the spouse who acquired it. Upon divorce, separate property goes completely to the spouse who owns it. Conversely, marital (community) property is divided between the spouses in the event of a divorce.

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