Unharvested Crops Are Marital Assets

In a precedent-setting case, In Re the Marriage of: James R. Webb v. Nancy J. (Webb) Schleutker, No. 49A02-0707-CV-568, the Court of Appeals ruled that crops growing in the ground that haven’t been harvested are considered marital assets. This is the first time Indiana courts have ruled on the issue, and due to the lack of case law in Indiana, the judges turned to other jurisdictions for similar cases. Read the full opinion:

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