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|        ||1. Divorce Source: Cases of Interest: Premarital Property|
Case law and analysis of divorce cases related to premarital property. Visit Other Cases of Interest
|        ||2. Divorce Source: IMPACT OF PREMARITAL PROPERTY IN 'ALL PROPERTY' STATE |
(©1996) Although business assets acquired by the husband before the marriage were part of the marital estate, the premarital origin of the business assets justified awarding him most of the marital estate
|        ||3. Divorce Source: PREMARITAL ASSETS CAPITAL STOCKS|
In this case, the husband and the wife were married in 1989 and had a six-year-old child when the petition for dissolution was filed in 1996. The husband had very valuable assets when he entered the marriage, and the wife had little. The husband contended that no portion of the capital stock owned b
|        ||4. Divorce Source: Premarital Participation in Pension |
(©1997) The volume of appellate cases on the subject of distributing retirement benefits remains as high as ever, propelled by the importance of these complex, valuable assets as a part of equitable distribution
|        ||5. Divorce Source: Impact of Premarital Participation in a Retirement Plan |
(©1997) Where a spouse who began participating in a retirement plan before marriage continued to participate in the plan during marriage, it was error to award the plan entirely to that spouse as separate property
|        ||6. Divorce Source: PROPERTY ACQUIRED DURING PREMARITAL COHABITATION |
(©1997) Property acquired by one party during premarital cohabitation is not marital property subject to equitable distribution
|        ||7. Divorce Source: CONTRIBUTION TO ACQUISITION AS A FACTOR IN THE AWARD |
(©1994) The trial court should not have granted the wife 85% of the marital estate simply because most of the marital property was derived from the nonmarital assets she brought to the marriage
|        ||8. Divorce Source: CLASSIFICATION OF STOCK SPLITS AND STOCK OPTIONS |
(©1994) At the time of the parties marriage, the husband owned options to purchase a specified number of shares of stock in his employers company. During the marriage, the parties used marital funds to exercise
|        ||9. Divorce Source: FACTORS IN AWARD - SEPARATE PROPERTY CONTRIBUTION |
(©1994) Although husband failed to show that his separate property was the source of currently owned assets, the trial court was obligated to consider husbands separate property contributions as a distribution
|        ||10. Divorce Source: JOINTLY TITLED PROPERTY - CLASSIFICATION |
(©1994) By selling her premarital stock and using the proceeds for a down payment on the jointly titled marital home, the wife made an interspousal gift and did not retain a separate ownership interest in the
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