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Colclasure v. Colclasure

State Supreme Court finds trial court erred in valuing husband’s business interest based on buy-out agreement the parties ignored; on remand, valuation must meet statutory requirement of a fair and just division.

Consideration of Post-Dissolution Events Improper

The issue in this post-dissolution matter was whether the court erred in re-evaluating the original valuation of the husband’s business.

Pattinson v. Pattinson (II)

Issue in this post-dissolution matter was whether the court erred in re-evaluating the original valuation of the husband’s business.

Loss of Profitability Seemingly Related to the Parties’ Separation Ignored

On appeal, husband challenges the trial court's finding that the fair market value of his carpet installation business was $35,000. He asserts that the wife's expert valued the business lowe ...

Pattinson v. Pattinson (I)

At issue is the valuation of husband's carpet business.

No Adjustment for Initial Liability Understatement

The valuation issue in this case is the value to be placed on husband's carpet installation business, a sole proprietorship. Husband appealed the trial court's $160,000 valuation of his carp ...

Street v. Street

At issue is the valuation of husband's carpet business and the couple's marital home.

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