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Hello thank you for the information. The answer in short is no, inherited property is not automatically marital assets therefore they do not have any automatic entitlement to it. However, as with everything in law, there can always be caveats to this, however from the way you have describe this then I don't think you will have too much issue. However to ensure that you keep everything right then I would ensure that you hire legal representation. The only assests that are automatically marital assets are those which were obtained during the period of marriage inclusive of pensions, property etc. However, if these stretch throughout and beyond the marriage then they require to be apportioned.
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