No. With respect to marital property, South Dakota is an "all property state," meaning all property of the divorcing parties is subject to equitable division by the court, regardless of title or origin. This includes inherited property and premarital property.
Do South Dakota courts treat "marital property" differently than "premarital property" or "inherited property"?
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