The law was recently amended to state that any increase subject to distribution would be the lesser of (a) the increase from the date of marriage to the date of separation or (b) the increase from the date of marriage to the date of trial.
If divorcing spouses cannot agree on how to divide their marital assets and debts, the spouses will be required to go through the formal court process for equitable distribution.
Reconstruction of the regional burial history from independent geologic constraints reveals modern exposures were not buried and reheated to temperatures hot enough to reset the AFT or hematite He systems in the Triassic-Early Cretaceous.
Thus, these data do not simply record ambient cooling from erosion.
The law defines marital property as all property acquired during the marriage prior to the date of final separation.
It is the time of acquisition that matters most, not the title.