What is Marital Property in Pennsylvania?

In general, marital property is any property or asset a married couple acquires during the marriage. It also includes increases in value on separate property or properties accrued before the marriage. For example, money contributed during the marriage to a pre-marital, separately titled retirement account, such as a 401(k), is marital property.

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