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Cases of Interest: Commingled Assets
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PENNSYLVANIA: Verholek v. Verholek, 741 A.2d 792 (Pa. Super. Ct. 1999).
The husband, who originally asserted that certain shares of stock were jointly owned by him and his wife, was estopped from later claiming that they were nonmarital property. The husband was also estopped from claiming that a certain inheritance was nonmarital property, because it had been commingled with marital funds.
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VIRGINIA: Holden v. Holden, __ Va. App. __, 520 S.E.2d 842 (1999).
The husband adequately retraced funds that came from the sale of separate property but were commingled with marital property.
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