Category Archives: Accounts Receivable

Durnell v. Durnell

Inclusion of A/R as a business asset (vocational rehabilitation counselor) is affirmed – court refuses to adopt bright line rule.

Year: 1995 | State: WV

Sharon v. Sharon

No abuse of discretion in treating accounts receivable as an asset.

Year: 1993 | State: WI

Hubert v. Hubert

Court properly exercised discretion by treating A/R of husband’s medical practice as income, rather than as property. They cannot be counted as both.

Year: 1990 | State: WI

Weiss v. Weiss

Accounts receivable and secured accounts receivable were improperly excluded from marital estate.

Year: 1985 | State: WI

Ondrasek v. Ondrasek

A\R are assets of the service corp. unless excluded by withdrawal agreement. However, double counting of A/R is error.

Year: 1985 | State: WI

Hauge v. Hauge

No error in including A/R as asset of dental practice where the amount remained relatively static and they were not included as part of H’s income.

Year: 1985 | State: WI

Johnson v. Johnson

Because receivables were viewed as salary, it would have been error to include them in the assets available for distribution.

Year: 1977 | State: WI

Turner v. Turner

Value of orthopedic surgery practice included accounts receivable as husband would continue to generate them as long as he practiced medicine.

Year: 1993 | State: OH

Venter v. Venter

Inclusion of A/R as a business asset (vocational rehabilitation counselor) is affirmed – court refuses to adopt bright line rule.

Year: 1996 | State: NB