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Divorce may be a difficult decision for New Jersey residents

Many individuals may come to face divorce with disbelief and difficulty in understanding how their marriages got to this point. However, divorce is an issue that many New Jersey residents face. No one enters into a marriage planning on getting divorced, and many factors can come into play later that lead to a decision that separating is the best course of action.

New Jersey parents may want to keep child support records

After divorce, many New Jersey parents must handle issues surrounding child custody and support. Parents want to ensure that their children are being well taken care of and that child support paid by the non-custodial parent is going toward meeting the needs of the children. Because support can often cause issues between parents, individuals may want to ensure that they keep records of payments and expenses. 

Prenuptial agreements, divorce could concern New Jersey residents

Because money and assets are not always the most important aspect of a relationship, there are many situations in which a New Jersey resident with considerable wealth may marry someone who is not as wealthy. In such situations, however, it may be prudent for the parties to create a prenuptial agreement. These agreements can help protect assets in the event of a divorce

Property distribution information may help New Jersey residents

When New Jersey residents get married, they often decide to buy a new home with their spouse. As a result, this property becomes marital property and could be considered divisible by the court if the couple decides to divorce. Because New Jersey is an equitable division state, property distribution will typically be close to equal when individuals divorce.

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