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Valuing a business during a divorce

Property division negotiations sometimes become contentious when New Jersey couples file for divorce, and this can be especially true when a family business is one of the assets being discussed. Such commercial ventures are often run by one of the spouses involved, and non-operating spouses frequently believe that the business is far more profitable than it actually is. Thorny matters generally include the value of the enterprise and how much income it generates each month.

Divorce and selling a home

New Jersey couples who are getting a divorce might need to sell their home. This happens in almost two-thirds of divorce cases. It is not always possible for one spouse to buy out the other. There are several things couples can do to make this process go more smoothly despite the emotional difficulties that accompany it.