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Five Common Property Division Factors in New Jersey

By Katherine K. Wagner |

New Jersey is an equitable distribution¬† state. A divorce cannot be an unfair financial burden for either party, so marital property must be divided accordingly. That includes both debts and assets. There is a presumption that a 50-50 division is equitable in most cases. So, for a Somerville equitable distribution attorney to obtain a… Read More »

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How long does it take to get divorced in New Jersey?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

How long does a divorce take in NJ? The length of a divorce is not set in stone by any rule or law. Spouses who remain civil and mutually agree on how to divide their assets before filing can finish their divorce as quickly as the courts can process a divorce petition. If you… Read More »

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What Happens to the Marital Home Upon Divorce?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

When it comes to divorce, there are a lot of things to think about. In New Jersey, after any child custody and support, one of the important issues is equitable distribution. This means that the courts will fairly, but not necessarily equally, divide property between divorcing spouses. Marital property generally includes that which is… Read More »

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