Asmussen v. Asmussen Even though the plaintiff-wife’s expert valued the defendant-husband’s retirement plan at $76,901, the husband testified that his retirement plan was valued at $31,000 immediately before the hearing, and the expert admitted that, as of the hearing, the only amount the husband could have gotten from his plan was the cash surrender value, which would probably have been a little less than $31,889. We find no error in the trial court’s valuation of the retirement plan at $31,000, using the present cash value method.
We affirm the family court’s equitable distribution order.
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