Inherited property is not subject to equitable distribution, unless it is co-mingled with common property along the way. Whether an argument can be made towards allowance because he is the super depends on other factors.
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Ms. Navarette is correct. You may want to consult with a family law attorney who can discuss your specific circumstances with you and analyze them under the applicable law.
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It depends. How is title to the property held? If, for example, the deed is in both your names than it will likely be treated as a gift from you to him and included in the marital estate. If you kept it titled in your name alone, you have an argument that it is your separate property. He might be able to claim 1/2 the increase in value due to his efforts as super. You should consult with a local family law attorney.
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