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Divorce in New Jersey when a business is involved

| Oct 28, 2015 | Divorce |

Asset division during a divorce is frequently a complicated matter, but if a spouse or a couple owns a business, it can become even more complex. This is due to the fact that a business has value, so it is in most cases considered to be marital property. Therefore, both individuals have a right to claim some of its value.

There are a variety of ways that a divorcing couple can handle dividing a business when they end their marriage. People can choose to negotiate their divorce and come to an agreement about which assets each individual gets. Both individuals may keep interests in the business or one spouse will get to keep the organization but the other spouse will get a larger share of other assets.

If the couple is attempting to negotiate a settlement agreement, it is advisable for each spouse to have independent legal counsel. This may help ensure that the court gives the agreement its approval when the document is submitted.

When people are facing the end of a marriage, it can be helpful to understand how the law handles asset division. In many cases, how assets are divided during a divorce depends on the circumstances and the types of property in question. People have the option of negotiating how assets are divided, and if an agreement cannot be reached, it will be up to the court. The evidence that each party presents in court can have a significant impact on the outcome of their divorce, and lawyers for each side will provide advice in this regard.

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