Separate Property is defined as all real and personal property, and any interest in real or personal property that is found by the court to be any of the following:
- An inheritance by one spouse by bequest, devise, or descent during the course of the marriage;
- Any real or personal property or interest in real or personal property that was acquired by one spouse prior to the date of the marriage;
- Passive income and appreciation acquired from separate property by one spouse during the marriage;
- Any real or personal property or interests in real or personal property acquired by one spouse after a decree of legal separation;
- Any real or personal property or interest in real or personal property that is excluded by a valid antenuptial agreement;
- Compensation to a spouse for the spouse’s personal injury, except for loss of marital earnings and compensation for expenses paid from marital assets;
- Any gift of any real or personal property or of an interest in real or personal property that is made after the date of marriage and that is proven by clear and convincing evidence to have been given to only one spouse.
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