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Property Settlements | The Equitable Distribution of Marital Debts and Assets

Often, in a divorce, the most difficult task is the division of property. Though some assets and obligations can be divided equally, decisions have to be made about how real estate and Property Division and Property Settlementspersonal property are allocated. Furthermore, it’s not uncommon for one of the parties to a divorce to have assets hidden somewhere. That’s why it’s important to have an experienced attorney to help you equitably divide the debts and assets of a marriage.

At the David M. Lipshutz Law Office, in Stratford, we have provided sound legal counsel to men and women in divorce proceedings for more than 30 years. We built our successful reputation on a commitment to personal service and attention. When you hire us, you’ll work directly with Attorney Lipshutz at all times, never with a paralegal or an inexperienced associate. We carefully choose the cases we accept—we won’t agree to represent you unless we believe we can make a difference. We’ll keep you involved and informed throughout the legal process, so that you know your options and can make good decisions.

For an appointment, send us an e-mail or call our office at 856-627-1990.

Our Marital Property Settlement Practice

New Jersey is an equitable distribution state with respect to the division of marital debts and assets. That means that, in a divorce proceeding, if the parties can’t come to an agreement regarding the division of debts and assets, the court will try to fashion an outcome that is “fair,” though not necessarily equal.

We will work closely with you to try to negotiate a property settlement that equitably distributes all debts and property accumulated during your marriage, including:

  • Real property — Home, condo, vacation property
  • Financial accounts — Bank, insurance and investment portfolios
  • Retirement funds — IRAs, 401k/403b accounts, pensions and deferred compensation
  • Business interests — Ownership interest in family or small businesses, business assets

If we are unable to amicably divide the debts and assets of your marriage, we are prepared to take your case to court, in order to get the outcome you want.

Contact the David M. Lipshutz Office

Contact our office online or call us at 856-627-1990 to schedule a meeting. We are available to meet with you weekdays between 9 am and 5 pm. We won’t take your case unless we know we can help.

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