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IF I HAVE A CREDIT CARD WITH ONLY MY NAME ON IT—IS MY DEBT STILL CONSIDERED COMMUNITY PROPERTY?

Yes, this debt can still be considered community debt if the debt was acquired during the marriage and when you were not separated. The fact that a credit card has only one name on it does not mean that the debt would not be considered community debt.

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