Montana Supreme Court Remands for Failure to Assess Tax Implications

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Court Case Digests
September 12, 2017
0291 General Farms, Primarily Livestock and Animal Specialties
112990 All Other Animal Production
marital dissolution/divorce
buyout, fair market value (FMV), equitable distribution, stock purchase agreement, marital property

In re Marriage of Broesder
2017 Mont. LEXIS 568
US
State Court
Montana
Supreme Court
None (wife); none (husband)
Rice

Summary

High court says trial court erred when it failed to consider tax implications where its final order appears to make sale of family ranch a necessity; evidence suggests there are no other assets with which to buy wife’s shares of ranch corporation at FMV.

See Also

In re Marriage of Broesder

High court says trial court erred when it failed to consider tax implications where its final order appears to make sale of family ranch a necessity; evidence suggests there are no other assets with which to buy wife’s shares of ranch corporation at FMV.

Montana Supreme Court Remands for Failure to Assess Tax Implications

High court says trial court erred when it failed to consider tax implications where its final order appears to make sale of family ranch a necessity; evidence suggests there are no other assets with which to buy wife’s shares of ranch corporation at FMV.