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In a proceeding for dissolution of marriage, legal separation, or a declaration of invalidity, the Tribal Court may, without regard to marital misconduct, divide the property and liabilities of the parties, either community or separate, as is just and equitable after considering all relevant factors including:

(a) The nature and extent of the community and separate property;

(b) The nature and extent of any trust or restricted property;

(c) The duration of the marriage;

(d) The economic circumstances of each party at the time the division of property is to become effective including:

(1) The desirability of awarding the family home or the right to live therein for reasonable periods to a party with whom the children reside the majority of the time; and

(2) The desirability of ensuring that both parties’ ability to continue working in their chosen field or livelihood is not unreasonably jeopardized;

(e) The direct or indirect contribution of each party to the education or career development of the other party; and

(f) Any interruption in education or career opportunities to benefit the other’s career, the marriage, or any children. [Ord. 50 § 4.9, adopted, 3/23/2017.]