– from Raymond F. in Polk, WI
My wife and I have agreed to a divorce. We have agreed on a many things, however, we cannot settle on property that was purchased through finances obtained from inherited property. I inherited a bed and breakfast that was owned by my mother before she passed. The property is solely in my name and managed solely by me. A portion of the income from the bed and breakfast goes into our joint account, but the rest goes into my personal account. She has a personal account, too. I have purchased many things with money from my personal account. Sure we both use that property, but does that make it divisible marital property?
Jeff Hughes, J.D.