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New Jersey Property Division Attorneys Helping Families Divide Their Assets

Who Gets What After A Divorce?

One of the most critical issues in any divorce is property division. The outcome of a divorce can have a significant impact on your financial security.

If you need an experienced divorce attorney, contact Rudnick, Addonizio, Pappa & Casazza PC. For more than 40 years, our firm has been serving the people of New Jersey. Located in Hazlet or East Brunswick, New Jersey, we serve clients throughout Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean counties.

Property Division In New Jersey

New Jersey is an equitable distribution state. Property acquired during a marriage is typically classified as marital property, with very few exceptions. Separate property is defined as property acquired by a spouse prior to a marriage and limited property acquired during a marriage, including property acquired by gift or inheritance.

Courts must divide marital property in a manner that is equitable (fair). While a court may divide marital property on an equal 50/50 basis, equitable division does not require an equal 50/50 split. When determining how to divide marital property, a New Jersey court will consider the duration of the marriage, the age of the parties, the earning capacity of the parties, the physical and emotional health of the parties, and other factors impacting the equitable interests of the parties.

Put Our Experience To Work For You

Using several decades of legal experience and a strong knowledge of New Jersey family law, we can provide the vigorous representation you require. We take time to listen to our clients and understand their needs. We understand that each case is different and each client is unique.

For some of our clients, receiving an award of the marital home is essential. For other clients, obtaining liquid assets such as savings or investment accounts is critical. We take into account the total impact of issues such as child support, spousal support and property division when handling divorce cases.

We understand that property division disputes can become very heated, but we also know from experience that there are often creative ways to find resolutions to such disputes. When disputes are not resolved and it becomes necessary to fight for our clients at trial, we offer experienced and highly skilled trial lawyers.

Contact Our Monmouth County Property Division Lawyers

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