Appeal from the District Court for Sarpy County: WILLIAM B. ZASTERA, Judge.
Aimee S. Melton and A. Bree Robbins, of Reagan, Melton & Delaney, L.L.P., for appellant.
Michael N. Schirber, of Schirber & Wagner, L.L.P., for appellee.
IRWIN, INBODY, and RIEDMANN, Judges.
[23 Neb.App. 372] Riedmann, Judge.
Craig Allen Wiech appeals the order of the Sarpy County District Court which dissolved his marriage to Chrissie Elaine Wiech and divided the marital estate. On appeal, he challenges the district court's classification, valuation, and division of the marital property. For the reasons explained below, we affirm in part, and in part reverse and remand with directions.
Craig and Chrissie were married on May 26, 2008. They separated on September 28, 2013, and Chrissie filed a complaint for dissolution of marriage on October 2. There were no children born during the marriage.
Trial was held in May 2014 to determine, inter alia, the extent and value of the marital estate and the division of marital property. The evidence presented will be described in more detail as needed in the analysis below.
The district court entered the decree on August 5, 2014. Each party received a vehicle subject to its associated lien: Chrissie received a 2009 Mazda, and Craig received a 2010 Harley-Davidson motorcycle. Chrissie was awarded the marital residence, subject to its mortgage, as well as most of the parties' personal property. Each party was assigned various credit card debts. Chrissie received " a lump sum of $48,009.81" from Craig's pension, an amount " representing the marital portion of the pension in the amount of $42,398.88, and $5,610.93 of [Craig's] accumulated sick and vacation time as evidenced on Trial Exhibit No. 11." Craig timely appeals to this court.
ASSIGNMENTS OF ERROR
Craig assigns, summarized, that the district court erred in its classification, valuation, and ...