Distributions that a husband received from a charitable trust could be treated as marital property subject to division in his divorce, the South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled in affirming judgment.
Published: October 24, 2012
Tags: property division
An unmarried couple’s assets should be divided equally where they raised children together, made joint financial arrangements and both contributed to the improvement and maintenance of their property, the Alaska Supreme Court has ruled.
An Arizona court has decided that the valuation of a lawyer’s professional goodwill is not limited to his stock redemption value in his law firm.
Federal law preempted a state court from awarding a portion of a divorced husband’s military disability benefits to his former wife, the Mississippi Supreme Court has ruled in reversing judgment.
A state court had the authority to order a wife not to operate a competing business when it awarded the husband the family business in their divorce, the Massachusetts Appeals Court has ruled in reversing judgment.
The marital share of a divorced husband’s military pension should have been based on the number of service “points” earned during the marriage rather than the man’s time in the military during that period, Maine’s highest court has ruled in reversing judgment.
Post-separation cost of living adjustments to a husband’s military pension benefits constitute marital property subject to distribution in his divorce, a Pennsylvania appellate court has ruled in reversing judgment.
A husband’s post-retirement military health insurance benefits could be valued in dividing marital property in his divorce, the Alaska Supreme Court has ruled.
A personal injury settlement obtained by a husband following separation was marital property subject to division in his divorce, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled.
Stock options that a wife received from her employer may be marital property subject to division in her divorce – even though her rights in those assets vested following the parties’ separation, the Virginia Supreme Court has ruled in reversing judgment.