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Marital property is what is divided at the time of a divorce. Marital property is defined as assets acquired from the date of marriage until the date of separation. Marital property is called a marital estate. Property acquired before or after marriage is not part of the marital estate subject to division in a divorce proceeding. Unfortunately, any property acquired during the domestic partnership is not divisible in the divorce proceeding. If it is titled in your name alone it does not have to be shared with partner and vice versa. If it was titled jointly prior to marriage it will have to be divided.
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