Sound legal advice for clients on issues of property settlement during a divorce or dissolution of a Civil Unions/Same-Sex Relationships
Apart from child custody and support, there is possibly no more divisive issue during a divorce than the fair and equitable distribution of assets and liabilities. New Jersey state statutes and case law may be specific about which assets and liabilities are to be divided; however, the difficulty lies in the identification of those assets, their valuation, and the separation of “marital” from “non-marital” assets. As one of the largest law firms in New Jersey focusing on the issues of Family Law, our attorneys at Adinolfi & Packman, P.A., have the experience and resources needed to negotiate property settlement agreements after divorce, or in dividing Civil Unions/Same-Sex Relationships assets, that are equitable and legally sound, as well as to take the necessary investigative steps to identify assets and liabilities.
Multiple interpretations of these property issues create a grey area that often results in protracted and expensive litigation. At Adinolfi & Packman, P.A., our lawyers can assist in the negotiation of settlement agreements outside of court. These agreements involve the input of both parties and are thus resolved without a trial on these issues. We have found these agreements to be more flexible than those the court might order, and they tend to circumvent future disputes because one partner does not feel as though the other party or the court has imposed a settlement.
A New Jersey divorce lawyer from Adinolfi & Packman, P.A. can also advise clients on the separation and protection of other assets, including business assets and retirement benefits, and advise on future tax implications. Our experience in handling complex and simple asset division cases gives us the edge when it comes to accurate, timely resolutions that are in the best interests of our clients.
If you are involved in a divorce dispute and have questions about property settlement agreements and the equitable distribution of assets, please contact a New Jersey family law lawyer at the Haddonfield law offices of Adinolfi & Packman, P.A. today for an initial case evaluation and discussion of your legal rights.
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Please contact Cheryl Betten, our Firm Administrator, at our Haddonfield offices by dialing 856.428.8334 x 258, and she will gladly schedule an initial consultation for you with one of our experienced Family Lawyers after a conflicts check is performed. An experienced and highly credentialed New Jersey Divorce Attorney is available today to discuss your immediate legal needs.