No. 84-2170.

131 Wis.2d 332 (1986)

388 N.W.2d 912

Marlene SCHUMACHER, Petitioner-Respondent, v. Vernon A. SCHUMACHER, Appellant-Petitioner.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided June 20, 1986.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellant-petitioner there were briefs by Richard L. Everson, Milwaukee, and John M Baker, of counsel, Milwaukee, and oral argument by Mr. Everson and Mr. Baker.

For the petitioner-respondent there was a brief by Robert L.Jackson, Jr., Milwaukee, and Clare L. Fiorenza and Fiorenza & Hodan, S.C., Milwaukee, and oral argument by Clare L. Fiorenza.

BABLITCH, J. Vernon A.

Schumacher (Vernon) contends that the circuit court abused its discretion by setting aside an antenuptial agreement which he and Marlene C. Schumacher (Marlene) had executed, when the court divided the couple's property at divorce, pursuant to sec. 767.255, Stats. Because we conclude that the Schumbacher's agreement was inequitable inasmuch as the parties did not disclose their assets fairly and reasonably...


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