• Superior Court
  • Fairfield J.D., at Bridgeport
  • FA11-4037288
  • Oct 19 2012 (Date Decided)
  • Klatt, J.
A court can find that property qualifies as a marital asset, although the property was bought prior to the marriage and title was in the name of only one of the parties.

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