Alabama is an equitable distribution state rather than a community property state, according to LegalZoom. When divorcing in Alabama, if the divorcing couple cannot agree upon division of property, assets, and debts, the... More »

Texas is one of 10 community property states, according to FindLaw. In community property states, generally speaking, the husband and wife each acquire a one-half interest in all property accumulated by either spouse dur... More »

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Ohio is not a community property state. As of 2014, the IRS only recognizes nine states with community property laws for federal tax purposes: Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington ... More »

Also known as the Heart of Dixie, Alabama is a state in the southern United States. Named after a word that means "tribal town," Alabama became the 22nd state in the United States in 1819. Alabama's major cities include ... More »

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Some of the major landforms in Alabama include the Talladega Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains, the Coosa River valley, the Cheaha Mountain, the Cumberland Plateau, the Piedmont Plateau and the Gulf Coastal Plain. Ala... More »

Farmers in Alabama grow cotton, corn, soybeans and peanuts, as well as many fruit and vegetable crops, sorghum and sod. Cotton was the main crop in the state until the boll weevil blight that began in 1915 forced the sta... More »

Alabama has no officially designated national parks, of which there are 59 in the United States. However, Alabama is home to other sites maintained by the National Park Service. More »

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