Non-marital property is not subject to equitable distribution. Florida Statute 61.075 defines: Non-marital property generally includes, but is not limited to real and personal property acquired before the marriage or inheritance, some gifts, property excluded from joint ownership by prior mutual agreement, and income derived from non-marital assets and possibly debts.


    During the marriage, if kept separate from marital assets, non-marital liabilities may include those liabilities obtained during the marriage by forgery or unauthorized signature. It is important to identify early any non-marital property which will not be subject to equitable distribution. Flaherty Law Firm works with each client, from the initial interview to the final court appearance to ensure they are fully advised of their rights.

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