by Brian Vertz on February 13, 2010
The South Carolina Family Law Blog contains a great list of frequently-overlooked or hidden assets in divorce.
The Seventh Circuit held that the salary earned by a CEO of a privately-held business (including a $17 million year-end bonus) was neither excessive nor a disguised dividend.
Under the tracing doctrine, we can separate the nonmarital component from the marital component of a mixed or co-mingled asset.
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