What is the difference between marital and non-marital property in Florida?

What we’re talking about is the equitable distribution of marital assets and liabilities. Generally speaking, marital property is that property that you acquire, either through your own efforts, or both of your efforts together in a marriage, or the money you earn, or both of you earn during the marriage, from the time you say, “I do,” until the date the divorce petition is filed in court, or another date that you two agree upon. It’s from, “I do,” to the date of filing. Anything between these two poles, if you purchase it with money earned in the marriage, or you produced it from your labor, it’s marital property.