Skogen v. Skogen, 2013 WI App 13 (Wisc. Ct. App. Dec. 20, 2012)

(upon last of parents to die, three sons owned farmland as tenants-in-common and operated farm as joint venture until sometime in 2005; in 2005 sons agreed to approximately equal division of farm based on survey; agreement broke down and partition action filed; one son filed counterclaim asserting adverse possession; trial court, on adverse possession claim determined that usage was permissive during parents' lifetimes and property divided; on appeal, court affirmed on basis that prior use was permissive and not adverse; trial court's use of equalized value approach to dividing property within court's discretion). 

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