College decrees and governmentally issued licenses are not capable of community ownership. But, the community may be reimbursed for the cost of the education with the legal interest payable on the sum reimbursed. But, if the community has substantially benefited from the spouse's education that finding will reduce or eliminates reimbursement. There is a presumption that there is no community benefit from expenditures made less than ten years before the divorce action is filed. Unpaid educational loans at divorce they are classified as the separate debt of the educated spouse except to the extent there has been substantial benefit to the community from the education subject to the ten year presumption. An attorney's professional good-will can be valued as community property. The canons of ethics prohibit a lawyer from selling his professional goodwill, but they do not prohibit it from being valued as community property.