If you brought property into the marriage (like a home or retirement assets) and now you are getting divorced, some of your assets may be co-mingled. Use the calculator to determine the community portion. The community portion will be a made up of the contributions of the community plus a portion of the interest.

Co-mingled Property Estimator

What was the value of the property at the date of the marriage: 
What was the value of the property at the end of the marriage: 
What was the total investment by the community during the marriage: 
The value of the community’s lien:

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