Equitable Distribution:

(1)   The length of the marriage.

(2)   Prior marriage of either party.

(3)   The age, health, station of life, amount of sources of income,

vocational skills, employability, estate liabilities, and the needs

of each party.

(4)   The contribution of one party to the duration, training, and

increased earning power of the other party.

(5)   The opportunities of each party for future acquisition of

capital assets and income.

(6)   The source of income of each party.

(7)   The contribution or dissipation of each party in the

acquisition, preservation, depreciation, or appreciation

of the marital property, including the contributions of a

party as a homemaker.

(8)   The value of the property set apart to each party.

(9)   The standard of living established during the marriage.

(10)   The economic circumstances of each party at the time the

division of property is to become effective.

(10.1)   The Federal, State, and Local tax ramifications associated

                            with each asset to be divided, distributed, or assigned, which

                            ramifications need not be immediate and certain.

(10.2)   The expense of sale, transfer, or liquidation associated with a

                            particular asset which expense not be immediate or certain.

(11)   Whether the party will be serving as a custodian of any

dependent minor children.

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