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sweetrobna commented on
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1 point · 3 hours ago

Without a prenup that is true. A prenup can exclude certain things (such as a home you purchased prior to marriage) from community property.

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2 points · 3 hours ago

Not if the separate property is commingled with community property

2 points · 3 hours ago

There is a reason attorneys draft these things.

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2 points · 3 hours ago

Any lawyer will tell you the same thing, you need to avoid commingling separate property, don't depend on a prenup to change how commingled property is split

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1 point · 3 hours ago

Yes you can get a cash out "refinance" even if you own the home and don't have a mortgage. Or a home equity loan, or home equity line of credit.

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2 points · 5 hours ago

What states ban women only gyms?

2 points · 4 hours ago

Apparently, Connecticut for one.

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3 points · 3 hours ago

That is about a women's only space in a coed gym though, not the same thing

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30 points · 16 hours ago

Laughs in Marin County.

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41 points · 15 hours ago

You did this to youself marin

8 points · 11 hours ago

Nice story, bro:

The public loved the idea. A 1956 poll found that 87.7 percent of Marin residents wanted a BART line.

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Losing San Mateo County was a critical setback because BART needed its tax base. With San Mateo out, Marin's population was deemed too small to support the system. Suddenly the chances of passing the plan seemed dicey.

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So they decided to cut bait. BART directors asked the Marin County Board of Supervisors to pull the county out of the system. Reluctantly they did so — "We are withdrawing involuntarily and upon request," Supervisor Peter Behr said at the time.

If you don't like SFGate, the Marin Independent Journal has essentially the same story

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1 point · 4 hours ago

So it was the fault of… San Mateo? And then nothing changed for 55 years?

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1 point · 5 hours ago

If you don’t want to involve the authorities have you tried talking to the neighboring homeowners?

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1 point · 5 hours ago

Did the hoa send you prior notices? Did you attend the hearing?

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1 point · 11 hours ago

It sounds like you should all have a new election and the new board can decide what to do

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2 points · 14 hours ago

Do you have a rule in place to send offers?

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