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2009AP2569 Handland v. Handland

Marital property; valuation

Christy L. Handland appeals from that portion of a judgment of divorce that divided the marital property and ordered her former husband, Thomas Handland, to pay her an equalization payment. Specifically, Christy argues that the circuit court did not follow its stated intent to divide certain property equally when it computed the increase in value of the equity the parties had in their homestead, an IRA, and an insurance policy. We agree that the circuit court did not properly calculate the equity in the marital home. Consequently, we reverse and remand with directions that the circuit court revise the judgment consistent with this opinion. This opinion will not be published.

2009AP2569 Handland v. Handland

Dist IV, Juneau County, Roemer, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Hollenbeck, Fred D., III, Mauston; Johnson, Eric, Mauston; For Respondent: Roberson, Linda, Madison; Slota, Holly, Madison

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