Fox v. Fox When the parties got married, they sold their separate residences and contributed most of the sales proceeds to the purchase of their marital home. The plaintiff-wife did not express any intention in the conveyance for her gift to be considered separate property. Based on the marital gift presumption, it appears the parties’ intentions were to have their separate contributions considered as gifts to the marital estate, and the wife does not present sufficient clear, cogent, and convincing evidence to suggest otherwise.
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