As the other 2 agents suggest, I would for sure consult an attorney. Title agents and some accountants can help you out as well but I would go the one step further and talk with a real estate attorney.
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I am not an attorney, nor a title officer.
I recommend that you ask either a probate attorney and/or a title officer regarding questions you have.
In situations where people own property and then marry, property owned prior to the marriage is not community property (my understanding). However, when that property is sold after you marry, then proceeds from that property (cash) would still be your property.
It sounds to me as though an attorney could advise you on the best way to move forward. it depends what you are trying to accomplish (preserving a separate asset after marriage or combining assets). Perhaps a pre-nuptual agreement would be in order.
As I said, ask an attorney and title professional for competent advice.