If you are considering divorcing your spouse, it is important to understand the potential issues which you may encounter as it relates to the division of property. If there is no prenuptial agreement in place, you could be facing the potential loss of half of your assets or taking on half of your spouse’s debts. Having an understanding and compassionate East Brunswick property division lawyer can help you comprehend all of the potential legal ramifications you can experience and help guide you through them. Rozin | Golinder Law LLC has helped many clients through their divorce by providing them with personalized attention and honest counsel.
Reach out to our Middlesex County divorce lawyer at (732) 810-0034 to learn how we can help you.
In the state of New Jersey, there is “equitable distribution” of property which means to divide property in a way that is fair under your particular circumstances. While equitable does not mean equal, parties will normally split their assets and debts down the middle if they divorce. Ultimately, the court will look at various factors in determining what is fair and a Judge may not always order a 50/50 split. Prior to engaging in the divorce process make sure you learn as much about your assets and debts as possible. If you believe your spouse is hiding assets, we have a means of finding them and you are entitled to know the entire financial picture before entering into an agreement.
At Rozin | Golinder Law LLC, we pride ourselves on providing detailed and honest counsel for our clients. We don’t make outlandish promises to our clients that we won’t be able to keep. Our clients are treated as though they were our own friends and family. They are treated with respect and work directly with our East Brunswick family law attorney who will not hand the case over to someone else.
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