What property is marital and what is non-marital?

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What property is marital and what is non-marital?

Any property acquired during the marriage is presumed to be marital property. This presumption can be overcome by the party claiming the property is non-marital by showing certain evidence. Non-marital property is property acquired before the marriage or property received by gift or inheritance. These guidelines, however, are not clear-cut and there are exceptions.

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