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Husband’s business correctly included in property division (access required)

Appellant’s accounting business, which he started shortly after the parties were married, was correctly included in the marital estate. Further, the court correctly applied a statutory presumption that the valuation should be made based on the hearing date, rather than the date the parties separated, as appellant husband argued. Background Shortly after the parties were married in ...