Property division; child support
Kurt Getschow appeals from a judgment of divorce. He asserts the circuit court erroneously exercised its discretion when dividing the couple’s marital estate, erred in its credibility determinations, and improperly deviated from the percentage guideline for child support contained in Wis.Admin. Code § DCF 150.04(2) (Nov. 2009).
We conclude the circuit cour t erred in two ways. First, the court included in the property division a building on Suburban Drive in De Pere that neither Kurt nor Liane Getschow owned. Second, the court failed to explain why it valued certain furs and jewelry at only ten percent of their insured value. Accordingly, we reverse and remand to the circuit court with directions to review its valuation of the furs and jewelry and divide the marital estate excluding the Suburban Drive property. We affirm the judgment in all other respects. This opinion will not be published.
2010AP1251 In re the marriage of: Getschow v. Getschow
Dist III, Brown County, McKay, J., Per Curiam
Attorneys: For Appellant: Langan, Alf R H R, Green Bay; For Respondent: Hammett, William J., Neenah; Sturicz, Natalie M., Neenah