F.C. §770 Separate Property Defined

In general, property owned by a spouse is that spouse’s separate property if it falls into one of the following categories:1Link to the text of the note

1.All property owned by the person before marriage;

2.All property acquired by the person after marriage by gift, bequest, devise, or descent; and

3.The rents, issues, and profits of the foregoing property.

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