Frequently Asked NJ Equitable Distribution Questions
Asset Division Attorney Serving Ocean and Monmouth County
Just as with divorce, lawyers cannot legally give advice on their website in regards to how you should divide your assets and debt during divorce. However, we can provide a great deal of information in terms of how equitable distribution works in New Jersey, and what things you may need to consider as part of your equitable distribution agreement.
On this page we have assembled the various pages and articles we have written answering some of the most commonly (and uncommonly) asked questions about the division of assets in New Jersey.
Of course, if you cannot find an answer to your specific question, or are in need of legal advice specific to your unique situation, we are ready to discuss the matter with you today in a free and confidential consultation. Feel free to contact us online, or call us through either our Sea Girt office or our Brick office today at (732) 812-3102.
Commonly Asked Equitable Distribution Questions:
- What is the Difference Between Separate and Marital Property?
- Will I Lose my Home in the Divorce?
- How is Debt Divided during Divorce?
- Hiding Assets during Divorce
- Should I Refinance my Home during Divorce?
Other Divorce FAQs:
Of course, divorce is not limited to the sole issue of equitable distribution. For other questions you may have in regards to your divorce, a child custody agreement, child support agreement, or alimony agreement, please view:
Contact a Wall NJ Equitable Distribution Attorney Today
At the Bronzino Law Firm, we have extensive experience helping clients and families to fairly and accurately value, and divide, marital assets and debts of all kinds during divorce in Ocean and Monmouth County towns including Wall, Asbury Park, Jackson, Neptune, Toms River, Manasquan, Brick, Sea Girt, Point Pleasant, Spring Lake, and more.
To speak with Attorney Peter J. Bronzino and our legal team today in a free and confidential consultation regarding your divorce, the division of properties, retirement accounts, businesses, investments, and marital debt, and how exactly we can help you to do so, please contact us online, or through either our Sea Girt office or our Brick office at (732) 812-3102.