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Md. high court: Spouses can decouple property without calling it ‘non-marital’

A married couple can agree that property they buy as husband and wife belongs solely to him or her without expressly stating in the agreement that the property is “non-marital,” Maryland’s top court has ruled. The Court of Appeals decision overturned lower court rulings that held all property acquired during marriage belongs to both spouses in ...

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