Divorce and Property Division

New Jersey Property Division – Equitable Distribution – Lawyer

The largest part of a divorce action is dividing up the assets, debts, and belongings of the couple from the marriage. This can range from simple homes, vehicles, and bank accounts to complex investments, business interests, and retirement plans.

Beyond the question of “who gets what,” division of marital property ties into and affects all other aspects of divorce. Property division affects the living conditions and needs for the spouses and children, how the spouses’ future expenses and abilities will change, and how the spouses’ retirement and care will be accounted for.

These wide-ranging effects make property division the perfect tool for negotiation and settlement. If possible, I seek to save you time and money by drafting property division agreements that will meet both you and your spouse’s needs while still protecting your interests and rights.

If instead, settlement is not possible, I can assist you with are experienced at locating hidden assets, establishing asset values in our client’s best interest, and obtaining the best possible division through focused litigation.

If you are involved in or considering a Divorce, contact specialized attorney Marc P. Feldman today for help with property division and other divorce-related issues.

New Jersey Equitable Distribution

Equitable Distribution Criteria – New Jersey Statutes 2A:34-23.1

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