A-13-0206, Sheryl Ann Fellers v. William George Fellers, III (Appellant)
Dawson County, District Court Judge James E. Doyle IV
Attorney for Appellant: Kent A. Schroeder (Ross, Schroeder and George, LLC)
Attorney for Appellee: Claude E. Berreckman, Jr. (Berreckman & Davis, P.C.)
Civil Action: Dissolution of Marriage
Action Taken by Trial Court: The district court dissolved the parties’ marriage and divided their marital property.
Assignments of Error on Appeal: William assigns that the district court erred in (1) failing to include in the marital estate the savings account set up by Sheryl for her son, (2) failing to divide the marital estate equitably, (3) awarding Sheryl the property known as the “50 cent 40,” (4) including in the marital estate certain equipment owned by Fellers Ag, (5) including the Canadian Shorthorn Bull in the marital estate, (6) awarding Sheryl attorney’s fees, (7) valuing Sheryl’s retirement account, (8) finding that William’s co-op retirement accounts were marital property, (9) ordering William to pledge non-marital property to satisfy marital debt, and (10) dividing the marital property and allocating the marital debt between the parties.