How Can I Protect My Business In A High Net Worth Divorce?

You know that some property is going to have to be divided up during your divorce, but what about your business? You worked hard to build it, so why should your spouse get a piece of it if they did nothing? Unfortunately, there are some situations in which your spouse is going to be entitled to a part of that business or its value. Fighting for your business in a…Read More

Can I Protect My Intellectual Property During a Divorce?

When you get a divorce, all of the marital property needs to be divided up equitably. This includes any intellectual property owned by either spouse. If you or your company have invaluable IPs to protect, you should have our Bergen County, NJ property division attorneys on your side. What is an Intellectual Property? An intellectual property is usually not a physical piece of property that can be taken or divided…Read More

What Are the Options for Dividing Rental Properties in a Divorce?

If you and your spouse have a lot of property to split up during a divorce, those negotiations can quickly become complicated and contentious. Our Bergen County divorce attorneys can help you through this process and we will do everything that we can to make sure that you get a fair shake in the property distribution process. One thing that can make these negotiations more complex is the presence of…Read More

How is Life Insurance Divided in a Divorce?

Everyone knows that assets have to be divided up in a divorce, but one potential asset many people forget about is life insurance. If one spouse is holding a policy, it may be considered an asset and it may need to be equitably split. If you are not exactly sure how your life insurance policy could or should be split up, talk to our Bergen County, NJ property division attorneys…Read More

Should I sell my family home before getting a divorce in New Jersey?

When getting divorced, you do not necessarily have to sell your house before mediation or litigation. However, it may be in your best interest to sell your family home before divorce proceedings. This will alleviate some of the stress associated with the division of assets. Please follow along to learn whether you should sell your family home before, during, or after your divorce. In addition, contact one of our seasoned…Read More

How Do You Protect Your 401(k) in a Divorce in New Jersey?

A divorce takes both an emotional and financial toll, as the parties sever two lives once inextricably entangled. Among other considerations, you and your spouse will have to come to an agreement on how to divide all of your assets. This agreement should include retirement accounts like a 401(k). Aside from dividing them equitably, you will also have to figure out how to minimize taxes or you will lose even…Read More

How Do You “Divorce” When You Are Not Legally Married in New Jersey?

Over the past two decades, divorce rates have steadily declined. At the same time, the 2020 Census noted that one-third of Americans between twenty-five and fifty-four years of age, including those in long-term committed relationships, had never gotten married. That is due in large part to changing societal norms regarding marriage and cohabitation as well as the economic and social benefits of not tying the knot. Nonetheless, you and your…Read More

How Do You Divide Money During a Divorce in New Jersey?

Divorces can be messy, especially when it comes to the couple's finances. Indeed, disentangling your finances from your former spouse's can become incredibly complicated, particularly in light of state laws, beneficiaries and dividing assets. If you find yourself needing to divide your money during your New Jersey divorce, you need to cover your bases and recover your assets. For more information on this subject, please continue reading, then contact an…Read More

How Does a Shared Business Affect a NJ Divorce?

Equitable marital assets and debt distribution are second only to child custody in contentious divorce matters. This equitable distribution may be further complicated by the two parties in a divorce sharing a business. If you and your spouse co-own a business, please read on, then contact one of our experienced business division and divorce attorneys in Bergen County, NJ to learn how a shared business affects a divorce in NJ.…Read More

What You Should Do if Your Spouse Won’t Sign Divorce Papers in NJ

If you are encountering difficulties in your divorce, please read on, then contact one of our experienced Bergen County divorce attorneys to learn what you should do if your spouse will not sign divorce papers in NJ. Can you still get a divorce if your spouse refuses to sign the papers in NJ? First and foremost, you should reach out to one of our skilled Bergen County, NJ family law…Read More

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