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The concept of common law marriage is not recognized in the state of Wisconsin. It does not matter how long a couple has been cohabitating, their relationship is not recognized as a legal marriage.
They have been recognized in Wisconsin since August 3, 2009. Domestic partnerships in Wisconsin provide select rights, such as the ability to inherit a partners estate in the absence of a will, hospital and jail visitation, and the ability to access family medical leave to care for a sick partner.
Exceptions. Marital privilege does not apply if 1) the private communication is revealed to third parties, 2) one spouse is suing the other (e.g., divorce), or 3) when one spouse is charged with a crime against the other or their children (e.g., domestic violence or abuse).
Wisconsin is a community property state because its laws dictate that both spouses contribute equally to the marriage and therefore have an ownership right to half the marital assets. It is important to recognize that not all assets are classified as community and some assets are excluded from a division in a divorce.
Property acquired before marriage is considered the individual property of the spouse who acquired it. However, property can lose its individual property status if it has been co-mingled with marital property.
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Yes, a spouse can be compelled to testify against another spouse if an exception to testimonial spousal privilege in criminal case applies. Similarly, a witness spouse can choose to testify against the defendant spouse, as the witness spouse is able to break testimonial spousal privilege.
All property in a divorce case in Wisconsin, whether acquired before the marriage or during the marriage is considered marital, and therefore subject to division at the time of the final divorce.
The privilege for confidential marital communications applies only to things that spouses tell one another while they are married. It does not apply to communications that take place between spouses before they get married, or after they get divorced.
The answer to this question in most cases is, yes, if it has been at any time the family home. The relevance of this is that, as a marital asset, it is subject to the sharing principle (see Financial Provision in Divorce Cases).
In legal terms, a domestic partnership is a committed relationship between two people who live together, but are not married. They share a residence, finances, and may raise children together as unmarried parents.

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