Category Archives: Marital Settlement Agreement

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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Why Is Life Insurance Needed in a Divorce?

Life Insurance and Divorce While few people may think about life insurance when considering a New Jersey divorce, it can be an important part of the details of a settlement agreement or the divorce decree. Life insurance may be addressed as part of negotiations with your family lawyers, and it may also be ordered by…

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How a Divorce Can Affect Your Finances

Divorce and Your Finances Divorce is one of the most significant financial events you are likely to experience. Especially if you have been married for a long time, dealing with the distribution of marital assets can force you to reconsider your life plans and reassess your financial future. By working with your New Jersey divorce…

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Coming to a Marital Settlement Agreement in New Jersey

Negotiating a Comprehensive Divorce Settlement Agreement When you decide to seek a divorce in New Jersey, the emotional implications may be staggering. However, ending a marriage is also a practical, legal and financial process with long-lasting consequences for both parties. Because the outcome of a divorce can linger over the long term, it can be…

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What Happens When an Ex-Spouse Breaks the Marital Settlement Agreement?

In 2020, it was estimated that 39% of marriages ended in divorce. If you are someone who went through divorce, you may be struggling with a spouse who fails to abide by your marital settlement agreement. They may fail to make payments for alimony, for example, or they may fail to pay their part of…

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The Goal of Divorce

The main goal of divorce is to reach an agreement with your spouse. The terms of the agreement are memorialized, in writing, in a Marital Settlement agreement. This agreement is also known as a Property Settlement Agreement. A very high percentage, meaning almost all, divorce cases settle. In other words, a very small percentage of…

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