In re Marriage of Tejeda, No. H033001
Trial court's order declaring plaintiff a putative spouse on the ground that the parties' marriage was invalid because the husband already had a wife when he married plaintiff is affirmed as, applying the unambiguous language of Family Code section 2251, the parties' union is a putative marriage and the property acquired during that union is quasi-marital property subject to division as community property.
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Filed November 25, 2009
Opinion by Judge McAdams
For Appellant: Baskin & Grant, LLP, Caleb S. Baskin, Heidi Simonson
For Appellee: Dolly Ares
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