A South Dakota court divides property by considering the (1) length of the marriage; (2) value of the property owned by the spouses; (3) age of the spouses; (4) health of the spouses; (5) ability of the spouses to earn a living; (6) contribution of each spouse to accumulating the property; and (7) income-producing capacity of the property owned by the spouses.
How does a South Dakota court divide property in a divorce?
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