Property division payable over a period of time must take present value into account.
Property division must consider present value of installment payments.
Denial of interest in property division affirmed where court gave sufficient reasons – no request by attorney. at trial, tremendous acquisition and appreciation of assets, liquid form of payments, where husband was left with real estate.
Interest on property division from date of divorce denied where parties tried to settle issues on their own. Affirmed.
No interest on property division affirmed since payments must come from income, not established assets.
Trial court has authority to impose interest on maintenance arrearages. If the court does decide to impose interest, it has discretion to determine the amount to impose.
Trial court properly ordered 12% interest for disability payments not made prior to December 2, 2011 when Wis. Stat. §815.05(8) too effect. After that date, interest must be set per statute based on 1% plus prime.
No error in not ordering interest on payment due in ten years where husband does not control the stock giving rise to the payment.