1. Inheritances are separate property unless the cash is commingled with marital assets, and even then under some circumstances it can be protected. Real estate is almost always protected, though under some circumstances the increase in value in the real estate during the marriage can be a marital asset.
2. Yes. Just don't commingle with marital assets.
3. As above. Don't commingle and it remains separate.
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