Laura A. Sokol appeals from the judgment of divorce entered following divorce proceedings between her and Michael J. Glunz. Sokol challenges two property division rulings of the trial court. First, she claims that the trial court erroneously exercised its discretion when it found that the Dean Witter account constituted gifted property to Glunz and should be excluded from the marital estate. Because the Dean Witter account was not gifted property, we reverse that portion of the judgment and remand to the trial court to re-calculate the division of the estate with the Dean Witter account included. Second, Sokol claims that the trial court erroneously exercised its discretion when it ordered the Kemper account to be discounted 20% for equalization purposes. Because the trial court’s discounting on the Kemper account did not constitute an erroneous exercise of discretion, we affirm that portion of the order.
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Dist I, Milwaukee County, Guolee, J., Per Curiam
For Appellant: Mary H. Payne, Milwaukee
For Respondent: Linda S. Maris, Milwaukee; Barbara J. Stippich, Milwaukee