Property Division And Equitable Distribution During Divorce

In New Jersey, distribution of assets acquired during the marriage is supposed to be equitable. If you have been left to fight for your fair share of wealth accumulated during your marriage, or continued ownership of assets and property brought into the relationship, our firm can help ensure a fair result.

Our attorneys have over 60 years of combined experience to assist you. We are highly familiar with the trade-offs that occur during negotiations for division of assets, such as control of a family business, retention of a marital home, equalization of retirement accounts or access to a vacation residence. We specialize in ensuring that all assets are accounted for and equitably distributed, including:

• Real estate (land, residential properties, commercial properties, vacation homes, etc.)

• Vehicles (automobiles, motorcycles, boats, RVs, etc.)

• Bank accounts (checking, savings, money market, etc.)

• Deferred compensation and retirement income (pensions, 401(k)s, IRAs, 403(b)s, etc.)

• Executive stock options

• Bonuses

• Stocks and bonds (ETFs, mutual funds, etc.)

• Closely held family businesses requiring valuation

• Corporate perks

Whether one or all of the above categories apply to you, our firm can help you find a creative solution to equitably distribute your family's assets to get what you deserve without causing you to incur high costs to do so.

New Jersey's business owners, owners of professional practices and high-income corporate executives and their spouses — can face complex struggles when dividing assets in a high-asset divorce. Our representation includes access to forensic accountants to assist in valuation and analysis in complex, high-asset matters. We will prepare your case thoroughly and bring precise fact-finding to negotiations with opposing counsel, to fully safeguard your rights and reach a just result.

To schedule an initial consultation, call us at 609-398-1900 or send us an email.