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Connecticut Marital Property Laws

Explanation of Chart and More Information on Marital Property Laws

Community Property Recognized? No, but Uniform Disposition of Community Property Rights at Death Act (UDCPRDA) adopted. (§§45a-458, et seq.)
Dower And Curtesy No dower or curtesy when marriage occurred after April 20, 1877 (§46b-36)

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