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If your spouse acquired a gift or inheritance before marriage that has appreciated during the marriage, the value acquired during the marriage will need to be included on his net family property statement. This is because there is no special treatment accorded to gifts or inheritances received before the date of marriage. The pre-marriage value of a gift or inheritance will be deduced from his net family property statement like any other pre-marriage asset.
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