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In an action affecting the family, except an action to affirm marriage under s. 767.001(1)(a), any asset with a fair market value of $500 or more that would be considered part of the estate of either or both of the parties if owned by either or both of them at the time of the action and that was transferred for inadequate consideration, wasted, given away, or otherwise unaccounted for by one of the parties within one year prior to the filing of the petition or the length of the marriage, whichever is shorter, is rebuttably presumed to be property subject to division under s. 767.61 and is subject to the disclosure requirement of s. 767.127. Transfers that resulted in an exchange of assets of substantially equivalent value need not be specifically disclosed if those assets are otherwise identified in the statement of net worth.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wisconsin Statutes Marriage and Family (Ch. 765 to 770) § 767.63. Disposed assets may be subject to division - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wi/marriage-and-family-ch-765-to-770/wi-st-767-63/
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