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What if My Spouse Files For Bankruptcy During Our Divorce?

Filing for bankruptcy can be an incredibly stressful process. In addition, a divorce can be a stressful and emotional upheaval. If these two things occur at the same time, you may feel completely overwhelmed. These feelings are normal. It is important to know that filing for bankruptcy during a divorce is something that occurs, and […]

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What to Know About Dividing Assets in a New Jersey Divorce

When a couple decides to get divorced, they must untangle their lives together. This can be understandably difficult and complicated for many couples. After years of both saving up and making large purchases together, it can be hard to decide who should get what. In a New Jersey divorce, assets are divided equitably. So what […]

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What do I Need to Know About Non-Marital Agreements?

Some people grow up dreaming of their weddings. Others know for a fact that marriage is not something they want. Both of these decisions are perfectly valid and acceptable. But, marriage does come with certain benefits. If you wish to remain unmarried but share some of these benefits with your partner, you may be interested […]

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What Happens to the Family Home in a New Jersey Divorce?

Going through a divorce is a complicated process, as it requires the division of two people’s lives that were brought together as one. In most cases, this significantly impacts the future of both these parties as well as other family members who are involved. These impacts can be emotional and financial, as it is possible […]

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What is Considered Marital Property in a New Jersey Divorce Case?

A significant part of divorce proceedings for a couple is dividing their property between the two of them. In doing so, the property is broken down into two main categories: marital property and separate property. It is important for spouses entering into divorce proceedings to understand these matters, as it can impact their future after […]

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What Should I Avoid Doing During a New Jersey Divorce?

Going through a divorce can not only be time-consuming, but it can be tricky. The future of a person’s marital issues is extremely important, which is why spouses should be sure to not engage in any activity that can jeopardize them. It is because of this that there are a few things individuals going through […]

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How are Complex Assets Handled in a New Jersey Divorce?

Going through a divorce is often an overwhelming process for both spouses as well as their families. This is because it requires the separation of lives that were brought together over a period of time. When this happens, these lives are generally intertwined in many ways, including their assets. Dividing these assets is usually difficult […]

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Benefits of Prenuptial Agreements

Serving clients in Morristown, Whippany and across Morris County NJ Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement The benefits of a prenuptial agreement are really to give you a blueprint. If you were unfortunate to go down that road of divorce, it gives you a blueprint as to how a divorce would unfold. One of the benefits […]

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Finances in Prenuptial Agreements: It is about being fair.

Our prenuptial and mediation attorneys are available to serve you in Morristown, Chester, Chatham, and the greater Morris County Area It´s all about being fair Some issues that prenuptial agreements also handle are the increase and decrease of the value of stock or CDs. The prenup is about being fair; it´s not about safeguarding every […]

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Will I Need a Forensic Accountant in My Morris County Divorce Action?

Any separation and divorce can be complicated, however, divorce in its simplest form is about dividing marital assets and debts in order that each spouse can continue their life free of the other. Sometimes the process can be relatively simple: house, cars, bank accounts, credit card bills. Other belongings may go to one spouse or […]

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