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Family Law - Marital property - Equalization or division - Exempt acquisitions and deductions - Pre-marriage and post-separation acquisitions - Tracing - Settlements - Appeals and judicial review

Thursday, February 16, 2017 @ 7:00 PM  

Appeal by the husband from a trial judgment interpreting a consent order and excluding certain family property. The parties moved in together in 2005, married in 2006 and separated in 2014. The parties maintained separate finances throughout their relationship, including bank accounts and investments. Each assumed responsibility for some family expenses. Each party agreed that their respective condominiums were excluded from equalization. In addition, each party claimed portions of other assets could be traceable to pre-relationship assets and thus constituted excluded property. Several property issues were...