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Indiana Court of Appeals

FAMILY LAW- A man won $3 million in the lottery before getting married and was scheduled to keep receiving installments after the dissolution of his marriage. J. Bradford found that although the last two payments technically should have been included in the marital estate, since the husband expected to receiving them during the marriage, the error was harmless because he gained his interest in the payments prior to the marriage, and there was no evidence presented that would substantially weigh against unequal division of assets. Affirmed.

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