Separate property is acquired either before or after marriage or by definition, it may also be acquired by gift, devise, bequest, or descent. The rents, issues, and profits of separate property are subject to the same attributes of ownership as the property itself. Money borrowed on the credit of separate property is separate. Property may also be changed to separate property by written agreement between the spouses. The spouses may fix their interests in property in writing and may do so despite disparities in values or the form of the conveyance. A change of community to separate or separate to community may also be made by a fully executed oral agreement. Also as discussed supra, the earnings and accumulations of souses while permanently separated are separate property.