Klatt v. Klatt
In Klatt v. Klatt, 654 P.2d 733 (Wyo. 1982), the Court upheld the sale of the Klatts' marital property, noting that the appellant in that case had resources and options that belied the claimed hardships that would be created by a sale of the parties' assets.
In Klatt, the Court also noted that divorce seldom leaves the parties in the same circumstances as they were in prior to the divorce, and that an appellant's silence as far as suggesting a more workable plan which would still assure the wife a just and equitable share of the property being distributed, leaves both the trial court and the appellate court without options. Klatt, 654 P.2d at 736.