Division of Assets and Debts in a New Jersey Divorce
In a New Jersey divorce case, the process of dividing the parties' assets and debts is called equitable distribution.
Although this process is sometimes straightforward, it often gets quite complicated because New Jersey is not a Community Property State and certain types of assets and debts are exempt from equitable distribution.
Three Most-Frequently Asked Questions:
- How Do Assets And Debts Get Divided in a New Jersey Divorce?
- What Are The Factors Used To Determine What Is Equitable?
- Are There Any Assets Or Debts That Are Excluded From Distribution?
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