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In 2014, Wife filed a complaint to dissolve her marriage from husband. After the district court entered a decree of dissolution, both parties appealed. The issues on appeal related primarily to the district court’s division of the property was proper. Specifically, the parties challenged the court’s determination of whether a cattle herd and certain other assets and debts associated therewith should be included in the marital estate. The Supreme Court (1) reversed the district court’s ruling treating Wife’s fifty-percent interests in three LLCs as martial property and dividing them between the parties; (2) reversed and struck the decree’s finding related to the debts associated with the LLCs; and (3) affirmed the district court’s determination that the cattle operation was Husband’s separate property.