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Old 05-20-2013, 8:47 PM
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You may want to factor California Family Code Section 760 into your analysis. It states: “Except as otherwise provided by statute, all property, real or personal, wherever situated, acquired by a married person during the marriage while domiciled in this state is community property.” However, the California Family Code provides exceptions including but not limited to the following: property received by gift, bequest, devise, or descent; rents, issues, and profits of separate property; and property acquired in exchange for separate property.

I have been a family law attorney for 20 years and I am unaware of any exception either statutory or case law where a firearm is an exception to section 760.
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