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Wisconsin Property Division Information

Q: How is property division executed step by step?

A: Property division involves filing, temporary orders, mediation, pretrial conference, negotiations, trial, and final orders.

Q: What constitutes marital property rights in Wisconsin?

A: Marital property encompasses assets acquired during marriage and is divided equally.

Q: How is a jointly owned house divided?

A: Division of a jointly owned house is addressed through negotiations or court proceedings.

Q: What's the process for dividing a 401k in a Wisconsin divorce?

A: Division of a 401k involves evaluating contributions during the marriage and establishing equitable distribution

Q: Is there a specific marriage duration requirement for equal property division?

A: Wisconsin’s community property system doesn’t hinge on marriage duration.

Q: How do you equitably split marital property?

A: Marital property is divided equally, while non-marital property remains with the respective owner.

Q: What assets are excluded from divorce property division?

A: Non-marital property, inheritances, and certain premarital assets are typically excluded.

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