Protecting Your Rights And Assets
Financial issues involving children, property, and investments are among the most common issues in a divorce. In some cases, these can be extremely complex, requiring careful analysis and sound strategic thinking.
At LaRocca Hornik Rosen Greenberg & Crupi, LLC, we have extensive experience helping people develop creative solutions to complex property division problems. We partner with you to formulate intelligent strategies designed to protect your assets and place you in the strongest financial position when your divorce becomes final.
Our skilled attorneys have an intimate understanding of the New Jersey property division process and can provide valuable insight into whether certain assets are marital property.
Equitable Distribution Under New Jersey Law
“Most people in New Jersey know more about the California standard of “community property” rather than the New Jersey standard of “equitable distribution,” which simply means … fair division.” — Frank LaRocca
When dividing marital property, New Jersey courts use the system of “equitable distribution.” Equitable distribution is designed to distribute all marital property in a fair and equitable manner. That does not necessarily mean an equal 50-50 split. The courts will consider 16 different factors, including the duration of the marriage, the standard of living established during the marriage and your economic situation to determine how marital assets and debts will be distributed.
LaRocca Hornik Rosen Greenberg & Crupi, LLC has the resources and technology to determine the accurate value for each of your assets and those of your spouse. That accurate information helps to make the entire process of property division more efficient and less contentious.
Using Negotiation, Mediation And Litigation
Equitable distribution laws only apply if your marital property is divided by the court. At LaRocca Hornik Rosen Greenberg & Crupi, LLC, we can assist you in negotiating and/or mediating property division issues without court intervention. This assures property is divided in an agreeable fashion, rather than leaving it up to a judge.
Barring that, we will aggressively represent your interests at trial. Our lawyers have litigated hundreds of property division cases and have established an impressive record of success in the courtroom.
Contact Our Equitable Distribution Attorneys Today
From our offices in Freehold and Red Bank, we advise and represent clients in Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County and throughout central New Jersey.