A review of the appeals – marital property case Hamm v. Hamm that went through the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 2015.
A review of the appeals case In re. Marriage of Boblitt that went through the California Court of Appeal in 2014.
By Laura Morgan: On August 7, 2013, a Louisiana Court Of Appeals ruling says that one husband’s medical educational debts prior to marriage is separate from community property, therefore the wife was entitled to reimbursement of one-half of the funds used during the marriage for his debt.
The Connecticut Supreme Court also ruled on a case full of sex, lies, and murder in Canty v. Otto, 304 Conn. 546 (2012).
Provisions in prenuptial agreement defining property as marital or separate were too vague and indefinite to reserve income such as earnings, interest, and dividends generated by wife’s separate property as her separate property.
In a judgment granting wife an irreconcilable-differences divorce, wife appeals chancellor’s property division and alimony request denial.