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Marvin Action

A Marvin claim is a legal claim to enforce expressed or implied agreements for support or property sharing between non-marital partners after a split.

Marvin claims get their name from the 1976 California Supreme Court decision Marvin v. Marvin, where the court determined that contract claims and other civil causes of actions can be enforced in the context of a non-marital partnership. While the division of property during a divorce is handled in family court, Marvin claims for unwed partners must be filed as a civil action.

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