Joint Statement of Marital and Non-Marital Property

Use this form to determine the properties and assets of the marriage. List all assets accordingly and use the form when dividing the assets in the Marital Settlement Agreement.

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DR 33 – Revised 21 Nov 2000

Circuit Court for Case No.

City or County

Name Name

VS.

Street Address Apt. # Street Address Apt. #

( )

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Plaintiff Defendant

JOINT STATEMENT OF PARTIES CONCERNING MARITAL

AND NON-MARITAL PROPERTY

(DOM REL 33)

1. The parties agree that the following property is “marital property” as defined by MD. FAM.

LAW CODE ANN. § 8-201(1999):

Description of

Property

How Titled

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

Fair Market Value

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

Liens, Encumbrances or Debt

Directly Attributable

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

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DR 33 – Revised 21 Nov 2000

2. The parties agree that the following property is not marital property because the property

(a) was acquired by one party before marriage, (b) was acquired by one party by inheritance

or gift from a third person, (c) has been excluded by valid agreement, or (d) is directly

traceable to any of these sources:

Description of

Property

Reason Why

Non-Marital

How Titled

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

Fair Market Value

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

Liens/Debts

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

3. The parties are not in agreement as to whether the following property is marital or

non-marital:

Description of

Property

Marital ?

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

How Titled

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

Fair Market Value

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

Liens/Debts

Husband’s Wife’s

Assertion Assertion

Date Signature of Plaintiff or Attorney

Date Signature of Defendant or Attorney