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Transfer Of Economic Value
A concept in divorce agreements: instead of dividing the outstanding stock grants between the employee spouse and the nonemployee spouse in the divorce property agreement, a value is determined for the grants while some other assets (e.g. cash, real estate, stock investments) are transferred. This approach is used when splitting the grants is prohibited by the stock plan or would raise other complications. Compare this to transfer of economic interest. For more on the treatment of stock compensation in divorce, see the section Life Events: Divorce.
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