*Names of persons signing in any capacity should be
typed or printed below their signatures.
Signature of Other Spouse: ....
Date: ....
Print Name Here: ....
Residence Address: ....
(Make Sure Your Signature is Authenticated or Acknowledged Below.)
Authentication
Signature .... authenticated this .... day of ...., .... (year)
*....
TITLE: MEMBER STATE BAR OF WISCONSIN
(If not, .... authorized by s. 706.06, Wis. Stats.)
Acknowledgment
STATE OF WISCONSIN   )
  )   ss.
.... County   )
Personally came before me this .... day of ...., .... (year) the above named .... to me known to be the person who executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledge the same.
*....
Notary Public ...., .... County, Wisconsin.
My Commission is permanent.
(If not, state expiration date: ...., .... (year))
(Signatures may be authenticated or
acknowledged. Both are not necessary.)
*Names of persons signing in any capacity should be
typed or printed below their signatures.
Termination of statutory terminable
marital property classification agreement
I UNDERSTAND THAT:
1. THIS TERMINATION TAKES EFFECT 30 DAYS AFTER MY SPOUSE IS NOTIFIED OF THE TERMINATION, AS PROVIDED UNDER SECTION 766.588 (4) OF THE WISCONSIN STATUTES.
2. THIS TERMINATION IS PROSPECTIVE; IT DOES NOT AFFECT THE CLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY ACQUIRED BEFORE THE TERMINATION BECOMES EFFECTIVE. PROPERTY ACQUIRED AFTER THE TERMINATION BECOMES EFFECTIVE IS CLASSIFIED AS PROVIDED UNDER THE MARITAL PROPERTY LAW.
3. IN GENERAL, THIS TERMINATION IS NOT BINDING ON CREDITORS UNLESS THEY ARE PROVIDED A COPY OF THE TERMINATION BEFORE CREDIT IS EXTENDED.
The undersigned terminates the statutory terminable marital property classification agreement entered into by me and my spouse on .... (date last spouse signed the agreement) under section 766.588 of the Wisconsin Statutes.
Signature: ....
Date: ....
Print Name Here: ....
Residence Address: ....
Schedule “a"
Financial Disclosure
The following general categories of assets and liabilities are not all inclusive and if other assets or liabilities exist they should be listed. Assets should be listed according to which spouse has title (including assets owned by a spouse or the spouses with one or more third parties) and at their approximate market value.
          Husband   Wife   Both Names
  I.   Assets
    A.   Real estate (gross value)
    B.   Stocks, bonds and mutual funds
    C.   Accounts at and certificates or
      other instruments issued by
      financial institutions
    D.   Mortgages, land contracts,
      promissory notes and cash
    E.   Partnership interests
    EL.   Limited liability company interests.
    F.   Trust interests
    G.   Livestock, farm products, crops
    H.   Automobiles and other vehicles
    I.   Jewelry and personal effects
    J.   Household furnishings
    K.   Life insurance and annuities:
      1.   Face value
      2.   Cash surrender value
    L.   Retirement benefits (include value):
      1.   Pension plans
      2.   Profit sharing plans
      3.   HR-10 KEOGH plans
      4.   IRAs
      5.   Deferred compensation plans
    M.   Other assets not listed elsewhere
  II.   Obligations (total outstanding balance):
    A.   Mortgages and liens
    B.   Credit cards
    C.   Other obligations to financial
      institutions
    D.   Alimony, maintenance and child
      support (per month)
    E.   Other obligations (such as other obligations
      to individuals, guarantees,
      contingent liabilities)
  III.   Annual compensation for services:
    (for example, wages and income from self-
    employment; also include social security,
    disability and similar income here)
(IF YOU NEED ADDITIONAL SPACE,
ADD ADDITIONAL SHEETS)
766.588 Note NOTE: 1991 Wis. Act 301, contains legislative council notes.
766.589 766.589 Statutory terminable individual property classification agreement.
766.589(1)(1)Generally.
766.589(1)(a)(a) For purposes of determining ownership of property classified by an agreement under this section, a spouse owns property if the property is held by that spouse. If property classified by an agreement under this section is not held by either or both spouses, ownership of the property is determined as if the spouses were unmarried when the property was acquired.
766.589(1)(b) (b) Spouses may execute an agreement under this section to classify the marital property of the spouses presently owned and property acquired, reclassified or created in the future that would otherwise be marital property, as the individual property of the owner. At the death of the owning spouse, property classified by an agreement under this section is subject to the rights of the surviving spouse under sub. (7). Except as provided in this section, s. 766.58 applies to an agreement under this section. The form of the agreement is set forth in sub. (10). Persons intending to marry each other may execute an agreement as if married, but the agreement becomes effective only upon their determination date.
766.589(1)(c)1.1. If at the time an agreement under this section is executed property is held as survivorship marital property, the property is classified as the individual property of the owners and is owned as a joint tenancy. If at the time an agreement under this section is executed property is held in a form as provided under s. 766.60 (1) or (2), the property is classified as the individual property of the owners and is owned as a tenancy in common. If while an agreement is in effect spouses acquire property as a joint tenancy exclusively between themselves or as survivorship marital property, the property is classified as the individual property of the owners and is owned as a joint tenancy. If while an agreement is in effect spouses acquire property as tenants in common exclusively between themselves, the spouses' respective ownership interests in the property are classified as the individual property of the owners. If while an agreement is in effect spouses acquire property held in a form as provided under s. 766.60 (1) or (2), the property is classified as the individual property of the owners and is owned as a tenancy in common. An agreement under this section does not affect the incidents under ch. 705 of a joint account, as defined in s. 705.01 (4).
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2019-20 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2021 Wis. Act 30, through all Orders of the Controlled Substances Board filed before and in effect on May 6, 2021, and through all Supreme Court Orders filed before and in effect on April 15, 2021. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after May 6, 2021, other than those made by Supreme Court Order No. 20-07, are designated by NOTES. (Published 5-6-21)