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MATRO 101: What is “Separate” v. “Marital” Property?

In the event of a divorce, property that was acquired during the marriage or with marital funds is typically deemed “marital” and is equitably divided. However, there are certain exceptions for property that is considered “separate” or “non-marital” in nature. Separate (non-marital) property is defined as one of the following:

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