When An Artist Divorces Their Art May Be Marital Property
Artists have a tendency to think of their art as intrinsically theirs because they created it. However, New Jersey couples may be interested to learn that when an artist gets divorced, the art objects, copyrights and licensing revenues have to be divided like any other marital asset. In an equitable distribution state, the division is […]
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