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Yes. Florida allows married couples to hold property as separate entities and such property is usually not subject to distribution between spouses when the marriage is dissolved. In those states that are not community property states, the law provides for equitable distribution, meaning one spouse may receive a larger portion of marital property than the other, depending upon the individual's circumstances.

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