Division of Assets and Debts

New Jersey Property Division Lawyer

The Division of Assets & Debts

Are you considering divorce as an option? It is vitally important that you understand the various hardships that can arise with this process. Property division under New Jersey state law follows an equitable distribution model. This means that if you and your spouse decide to submit your property dispute to the court, then the marital assets will be divided equally unless the court deems that equal distribution would be unjust.

Division of assets and debts and the dissolution of marriage can be decided two different ways:

  • Both parties may come to an agreement as to the division of this property
  • If the spouses are unable to come to an agreement, then the property may be divided according to New Jersey state law

Property accumulated during a marriage is considered marital property, and all other property possessed by the spouses is considered the same unless it can be proven that it is owned solely by one party. This process can be difficult and confusing, and it is vitally important that you are able to aggressively pursue your rights throughout the duration of this case with the help of our Bergen County divorce lawyers!

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Seeking Divorce? Let Moskowitz Law Group, LLC Help!

At Moskowitz Law Group, LLC, our New Jersey divorce lawyers can provide you with the legal assistance and representation that you need on your side. We have been serving the residents of Hackensack and Bergen, NJ in various divorce and family law matters for a number of years, and you can be sure that we will put this experience to work for you if you choose to work with us. With more than 50 years of collective experience, we understand the process, and you can be sure that we will stand by you and work with you toward the results that you need.

Contact us today to discuss your case and to learn more about how we can help you.

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