Assuming that the parties do not have a prenuptial agreement instituting a separate property regime, then there is a presumption under Louisiana law that property acquired during the marriage is community property, subject to partition during a divorce proceeding. The name on any title or deed does not determine the community or separate property status of the property at issue.
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