In Wisconsin, the division of property between spouses in a divorce is known as division of community property. In deciding what a spouse is likely to retain in equitable distribution, it is important to evaluate what property is marital, and how the property acquired by the parties while they were married, and what if any non-marital property exists.
Marital property can include pensions, 401Ks, retirement plans, bank accounts, stocks, bonds, business assets, real property, cars, personal effects and gifts, and other wealth instruments. In many cases, a party may not be aware of exactly what financial assets his or her spouse may have.Under the statute of Wisconsin governing community property, which spouse will get what assists and what at what percentage basis. The court will strive to divide assists equally if they were accrued during the marriage.
The court will consider the following factors:
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