My husband and I will be putting together a separation agreement to divide our assets etc. in advance of my relocating out of state.
Question is regarding an inheritance he received 2 years ago (we’ve been married for 20 years). We opened a joint investment account with $$ from his inheritance, but also some of these monies were used to: pay off credit cards, pay off truck loan, pay off travel trailer, cover our moving expenses to NC, purchase our new house in NC ($10,000-ish of this $$ was used) and inheritance $$ was put into joint savings, checking and money market accounts which were used to purchase items for the house i.e. furniture for the house, lawn tractor, tree service, gas grill, etc. Part of these funds were also used to make deposits into both of our Roth IRA accounts.
Is the money in our joint investment account something that can be divided, or is it his separate property? Aside from the house, this is the most significant of our assets. Or is it commingled at this point? As we want to try to divvy things up ourselves, just want to be sure I would be entitled to a portion of this money.