Stock options, one of the hottest issues in divorce law, hassurfaced again on the docket of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

In a case involving stock options worth hundreds of thousands ofdollars to a former executive at Chester County’s Shared MedicalSystems, the high court has agreed to decide whether the options –which were issued before the parties separated and were neither vestednor exercisable until after separation — constitute marital property.

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