Four Types of Assets Commonly Overlooked in Divorce Photo of Michele Hart I have practiced law for 24 years and the past 18 years, I have focused exclusively on divorce and family law cases. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I admired the power that I believed lawyers had to “win” rights for the clients they served. After all, I’ve always been a fighter. I have been knocked down a few times but I always found the strength and determination to get up and get back in the game.
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Four Types of Assets Commonly Overlooked in Divorce

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Four Types of Assets Commonly Overlooked in Divorce

Divorcing spouses typically obtain or exchange information about each other’s incomes, assets, and debts acquired during the marriage.  This process, called “discovery,” includes things like bank statements, credit card statements, and employment records. Accurate values for assets like your home

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How to Tell Your Spouse You Want a Divorce to Keep things Amicable

If you’ve come to the sad realization that your marriage is over and don’t know how to tell your spouse, this article is for you. You might have put in a lot of hard work and energy to save the

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Dos and Don’ts of Hiring a Lawyer If You Want an Amicable Divorce

It’s common to come to divorce without wanting to involve lawyers – especially if you want an amicable divorce.  After all, lawyers are known for adding conflict to any situation – while charging an arm and a leg just for

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Marriage Crossroads: Should You Stay or Divorce?

You might feel like you’re living in limbo in your marriage.  Maybe you feel that while the marriage is not good, it’s not quite bad enough to divorce.  You just don’t know how to move forward. It seems you’ve come

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What To Expect in Your New Jersey Divorce

It is a common misconception that divorce means going to court and having a judge make important decisions about child custody, alimony, or how to divide the marital assets. To the contrary, the overwhelming majority of divorce cases in New

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These Types of Marital Assets are Often Overlooked in Divorce

Divorcing spouses typically obtain or exchange information about each other’s incomes, assets, and debts acquired during the marriage.  This process, called “discovery,” typically includes exchanging documents that include bank and other account statements, credit card statements, and employment records.  Accurate values

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Do You Really Need a Lawyer to Handle Your New Jersey Divorce?

If you’re like many people considering divorce, you might be leery about getting lawyers involved.  After all, it’s a common belief that lawyers mean fighting and expensive legal fees. As a family lawyer now for over 20 years, unfortunately, I

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Spouses Can Now Get Divorced in New Jersey Without Court Appearance

Divorce in New Jersey just got a bit easier and less costly. But there’s a catch.  Both you and your spouse need to do two things: 1.        Agree on all matters including child custody, parenting time, child support, college

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The Big Misconception About Divorce

When you decide to divorce, there are important decisions to be made about things like child custody, parenting time, child support, college costs for children, alimony, and division of marital assets and debts. The most common misconception I hear is that divorce means going to court and

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How Coronavirus/COVID-19 Can Impact Your Divorce Process

The impact on our nation of the coronavirus pandemic is unprecedented.  We are all being encouraged to practice social distancing, avoid travel and group social situations to reduce the chance of catching and spreading coronavirus. But what is the protocol if

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