Asare v. Asare

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January 4, 2022
marital dissolution/divorce
passive appreciation, marital dissolution, marital estate, earnings, equitable distribution, appreciation, marital property, alimony

Asare v. Asare
2022-NCCOA-1; 869 S.E.2d 6; 2022 N.C. App. LEXIS 9
US
State Court
North Carolina
Court of Appeals
Stroud, Zachary, Tyson

Summary

In this marital dissolution appellate case, the appellate court must resolve a number of issues related to the equitable distribution of the marital estate. On most issues, the appellate court affirmed the trial court. However, the appellate court reversed the trial court on the issue of how much passive appreciation related to an investment account was includable in the marital estate.
Asare v Asare
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North Carolina Appellate Court Reverses Trial Court on Amount of Passive Appreciation in an Investment Account

In this marital dissolution appellate case, the appellate court must resolve a number of issues related to the equitable distribution of the marital estate. On most issues, the appellate court affirmed the trial court. However, the appellate court reversed the trial court on the issue of how much passive appreciation related to an investment account was includable in the marital estate.