Under Minnesota law, what is marital property versus non-marital property?

Edina, MN Family Law Attorney, Jane Van Valkenburg describes the difference between marital property and non-marital property under Minnesota law.

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Transcript:

Marital property is property that was accumulated during the marriage, so it’s – it can be retirement plans, and those retirement plans can be what did your employer contribute. It can be, you know, you bought a house and the appreciation on that house, personal property, all those kinds of things. Anything acquired during the marriage is considered marital.