Marital property in Florida are the assets that are acquired during the term of a marriage. Typically those properties are considered anything that's acquired from the date of the marriage to the date that a divorce is filed. Sometimes we look at the date that a party separate if there is a lengthy period of time between the parties separating and the time of divorce is filed.
More often though, it is going to be any property acquired from the date of the marriage through the date of the time the divorce is actually filed. That is what we would consider to be marital property.