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Common errors to avoid in asset division

When New Jersey couples get a divorce, they need to be aware of the value and nature of their assets during property division. This means keeping in mind that tax penalties and other considerations may make some assets worth less than their apparent value when compared to others.

Making consistent rules after a divorce

When New Jersey parents of young children are getting divorced, they may be focused on many different things. They may need to worry about property division, spousal and child support, child custody, and parenting time. An important part of the child custody portion of a divorce is making certain that the children's best interests are protected. One way to do this is to agree on consistent rules that both parents will implement in their respective homes.