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Representation in high income child support disputes

A previous post on this blog from several months ago talked about how New Jersey law handles situations in which one or both parents make so much money that New Jersey's Child Support Guidelines do not account for the full extent of their income. The basic idea of that post was that child support orders in such cases were more fluid and subject to a court's discretion.

Considering the tax implications of high asset property division

In a high asset divorce in New Jersey, which can include a divorce from bed and board, one of the most important considerations a Marlton resident must take in to account are the tax implications of the divorce and, specifically, the ensuing division of property.

Placing a value on the family business

Many New Jersey residents own their own businesses or have a share of ownership in a family business. If successful, these business interests can be a source of a great deal of wealth and income for a Marlton couple, especially if they both are involved in running the business.

Wealth is sometimes hidden in high-asset divorces

When it comes to divorce in New Jersey, the laws are supposed to apply to everyone equally. The individual who rents a small apartment and works in a factory has to equitably divide his or her assets with the divorcing spouse, just as the Chief Executive Officer who lives in a million-dollar house does. This does not mean, however, that all divorces are the same, as a practical matter. It is simply a fact that people who have more assets, and a more complicated relationship with wealth, will have different problems to face when dividing marital property.

Dividing future securities interests in a New Jersey divorce

Getting a divorce can be difficult. Between the emotional stress of a marriage termination and the anxiety of dealing with legal issues, such as property division or child custody and support, it can make one just want to get it over with. However, it is usually a good idea not to rush into a settlement, especially when there is a lot of property to divide.

Financial decisions in a divorce can be complicated

Property division in a high asset divorce in New Jersey involves complex decisions, which are hampered by the emotions and turmoil accompanying the end of a marriage. However, certain financial matters require especially objective and reasoned judgments.

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