What is non-marital property under Florida divorce law?
For purposes of property division in a Florida divorce, non-marital property generally falls into three categories. It includes anything that you or your spouse:
- Owned prior to the marriage and has been maintained as separate property during the marriage;
- Received at any time during your marriage as a gift from a third party or by inheritance and has been maintained as separate property;
- Earned by or received from marital labor after the divorce papers are filed.