Accrued vacation or sick leave are marital property where they are enforceable contractual rights.
Capital Loss carryforward was marital property which can be allocated differently than the award of the underlying account.
Ex-husband has equitable interest in sale of stock and thus has standing to challenge its sale to prevent waste.
Trial court erroneously included items of income (including bonus) as an asset where the income had been spent and not converted to tangible assets.
Although termination benefits from an insurance company are speculative, they should have been included in the marital estate. The uncertainty of actual receipt is a factor to be taken into account at division. Court has discretion under Bloomer to devise a method of valuation.
Sick leave account is not an asset for division as it cannot be sold or transferred and has no market value.