If you and your spouse hold significant marital assets, the stakes in a divorce can be very high. You owe it to yourself and your children to protect your share of those assets, so that you receive a fair and equitable division of your assets.
LaRocca Hornik Rosen Greenberg & Patti LLC, with offices in Freehold and Red Bank, is one of central New Jersey's leading divorce firms. Our attorneys are highly knowledgeable about property division law, and we work tenaciously to protect our clients' rights and property.
While our firm represents people of all classes and income levels, we do have considerable experience in divorce cases involving complex property issues. We are prepared to address these and other types of property division matters:
- Divorces involving ownership of businesses and professional practices
- Division of stock options, commissions and deferred income
- Trust funds and divorce
- Hidden assets
- Challenges to prenuptial agreements
- International property holdings
"Following divorce, most people will see a decrease in their income. It behooves you then, to receive the best possible property settlement. We will work hard to achieve that for you." — Michele Crupi
Equitable Division Of Marital Debts
Many people with high-asset holdings also have high levels of indebtedness. Because marital debts must be divided equitably as well as marital assets, this can present complex issues. If the debts are not properly accounted for and provisions made in the settlement agreement, one spouse could end up holding excess debts.
At LHRG&P, we pay careful attention to issues involving marital and separate debts. We will work diligently to protect your interests so that you do not end up bearing more of the marital debt burden than you have to under New Jersey law.
Contact A Lawyer
To learn more about the division of complex assets and debts in divorce, call LaRocca Hornik Rosen Greenberg & Patti LLC at 732-246-2112 or submit an inquiry form.
We represent people in Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County and elsewhere in central New Jersey.