List any four of the factors that will be taken into account to determine whether a donation by one spouse of an asset that falls into the joint estate will unreasonably prejudice the other spouse’s interest in the joint estate
In determining whether a donation into a joint estate by a spouse will unreasonably prejudice the interest of the other spouse in a joint estate, the court considers the following factors:
1. The value of the property donated.
2. The reason for the donation.
3. The financial and social standing of the spouses.
4. The standard of living of the spouses.