What is separate property in Georgia?
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Separate property in Georgia is property that is not subject to division as part of the divorce. This could be because that property was acquired through inheritance or through gift or is property that either party had prior to the marriage. It’s the burden of the party claiming separate property to prove that it is in fact separate. It’s important to work with your lawyer, discuss these details to make sure that you’re entitled to retain these assets following your divorce proceeding.