What is marital property?

Marital property is any asset acquired during your marriage from marital labor or marital income, usually up to the date of the filing of the divorce. This includes, but is not limited to: houses, land, businesses, retirement accounts, stocks and stock options, bonds, notes receivable, assets held in trusts or partnerships, airplanes, boats, cars, investments, the contents of your home, gifts from or to your spouse, jewelry, collections, etc.

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