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What Constitutes Assets of the Marital Estate?
Marital estate assets can include, but is not limited to the following: Personal Property:
furniture, china, jewelry, furs, electronics, pets, sporting goods, vehicles, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, money owed to you or your spouse, cash accounts, life insurance, retirement accounts, IRA, 401(k), defined benefit plan, annuity, keogh plan, real estate, residential, rental property, vacant land, vacation property, time share, business property, interest in closely held corporation, partnership interest, anticipated tax refund, tax-sheltered investments.