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Family — child support — marital estate

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Family — child support — marital estate

Jeffrey S. Sokol, pro se, appeals from the “divided assets of the parties, and set placement schedule and support” in the judgment of divorce from his former wife, Susan M. Sokol. On appeal, Jeffrey, an attorney, argues that: (1) the trial court improperly allocated $25,481 attributed to a closed bank account to Jeffrey; (2) the trial court calculated child support based on Susan’s part-time employment; and (3) the trial court improperly removed jewelry from the marital estate. We affirm. We also note that Susan asked this court to find Jeffrey’s appeal frivolous. Because we conclude that the appeal is frivolous, we also remand to the trial court for a hearing on costs, fees and reasonable attorney’s fees to be awarded to Susan. Not recommended for publication in the official reports.

2011AP33 Sokol v. Sokol

Dist I, Milwaukee County, Guolee, J., Kessler, J.

Attorneys: For Appellant: Sokol, Jeffrey S., Milwaukee; For Respondent: Benske, Stephanie R., Milwaukee

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