In New Jersey, property, assets and debts that were acquired during marriage will be equitably distributed. Our firm strives for a fair distribution of assets and debts from the date of marriage to the date of filing for divorce, or an alternative date if the parties agree. Property can include real property, retirement assets, stock options, vehicles, personal property, IRAs and bank accounts.
First and foremost, we hope that all of you are staying safe and healthy in these difficult times. Please be assured that we are working Read More
By: Allison Schrader Dunn Under what circumstances may a party determined to be a child’s father in paternity proceedings be held liable for retroactive child Read More
ABLE (Achieving a Better Life Experience) Accounts. What are they and how can they be utilized in the practice of Family Law.
By: Marisa Lepore Hovanec and Mark Friedman In 2014, federal legislation commonly known as the Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act was passed allowing Read More