As a general rule, everything acquired by a husband and wife during their marriage is community property. The exception to this rule: a gift or inheritance is separate property. But it remains separate property only if treated separately. Once a gift or inheritance is co-mingled with community property it becomes community property. Your husband has the burden of proof to show which portion of the trust, if any, is his separate property.
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