Civil Union Property

Civil union property refers to all proprety, including debts and other financial commitments, that is acquired by either partner in a civil union AFTER the effective date of the civil union. This date can be found on your civil union license.  

The following is NOT considered to be civil union property: 

  • gifts or inheritances

  • any property acquired while legally separated

  • proprety excluded in a legally-binding agreement, such as a prenuptial agreement 

  • property acquired before the civil union