Category Archives: Equitable Distribution

Getting Ready for the Financial Side of Divorce

Preparing Financially for Your Divorce Divorce is not only an emotionally and personally taxing time; it is also a major financial milestone. With approximately half of all marriages ending in divorce, this financial transition can be all too common, and many people leave their divorces with greater financial stress and more difficulties in planning for…

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Key Issues When Childless Couples Divorce

Divorce for Couples Without Children When people think about difficult divorces, they may first consider estranged parents. After all, these couples must continue to co-parent together even after their own relationship has come to an end, and matters like child custody and support can lead to conflicts during negotiations. However, couples without children also face…

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When a Business Owner Divorces

Dealing With Your Business in a Divorce When New Jersey business owners decide to divorce, they may face particular challenges that can lead to significant concerns about the future of their company as well as their economic future. Business owners, majority shareholders, board members and CEOs may all have unique concerns about how their divorce…

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“My husband won’t make an estate plan. What can I do?” – Jeralyn Lawrence Quoted in NJ.com Article
  Jeralyn Lawrence was quoted in the NJ.com article, ""My husband won’t make an estate plan. What can I do?". "It is certainly understandable that you would want to take all reasonable and necessary steps to financially provide for your newborn son in the event of your untimely passing", said Jeralyn Lawrence, a family law... Read More
Selling the Marital Home During a Divorce

Divorce and the Family Home The marital home can be an emotional topic for many New Jersey couples who are deciding to divorce. Of course, couples living in a relatively new home may feel less emotional attachment to their residence. However, couples who have shared a joint home for years, especially if they have raised…

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Going Through a Divorce on Social Media

Dealing With Digital Issues in a Divorce Social media accounts and an online presence have become increasingly important mechanisms through which people live their lives. They are not only a means for self-expression and connection with friends but also links to financial information, key identity and employment details, and even business ventures. This means that…

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