Equitable Distribution

                                      While dividing assets and property can be complex and burdensome, our aim is to provide you with the strongest and fairest allocation of resources permissible by law.

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                                      Equitable Distribution in New Jersey

                                       

                                      Equitable distribution is the fair and judicially-acceptable division of assets and liabilities acquired during the marriage. This division of resources can relate to things such as your home(s), vehicles, pension plans, tax-deferred plans, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, mortgages, credit card debt, digital assets like cryptocurrencies, businesses, or even inheritances. Other states might refer to this as "community property," but in NJ, it's "equitable distribution." 

                                      It does not always mean equal, although it may in some cases. Many men and many women maintain similar fears in a marital arrangement in the event the relationship goes south for one reason or another. Both parties generally express a great deal of concern that their partner will walk away with the lion's share of marital assets, leaving you holding the bag and struggling to financially recover.

                                      Whether you're the proverbial "breadwinner" of the family, or if you've alternatively been the homemaker, live-in chef, and the parent tasked with raising your children, both you and your spouse want to receive a "fair share" of property to ensure a safe, secure future.

                                      The individual earning the majority of income may feel entitled to retain it, while the parent primarily raising the child might feel that he or she bears the greatest responsibility and should thus be compensated by the spouse accordingly. 

                                      Alternatively, both spouses may work, but whether you two earn similar wages or vastly different sums of money, or if one of you entered the marriage with a substantially greater net worth, you're sure to have your concerns on the allocation of resources.

                                      And while some might feel that dividing assets is reserved exclusively for the rich and the upper-middle class, ordinary everyday Americans often inevitably own at least some types of property - property that may need to be split upon divorce and dissolution of the marriage. 

                                      As one of our primary practice areas, Simon Law Group has extensive experience addressing clients' individual concerns pertaining to the distribution of marital assets. Our attorneys are able to walk you through each step of the process, and can work with you to formulate an ideal agreement that works best for you which is suitable to your spouse and the judge.

                                      Contact us today to speak to an attorney about how you can optimally safeguard your assets and secure your financial future in the event of a divorce. Consultations are free.

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                                      New Jersey Family Courts we appear in regularly:

                                      Bergen County 
                                      Justice Center, Room 119
                                      10 Main Street
                                      Hackensack, NJ 07601
                                      (201) 527-2300

                                       

                                      Essex County 
                                      Family Division Dissolution Unit
                                      Wilentz Justice Complex, Room 113
                                      212 Washington Street
                                      Newark, NJ 07102
                                      (973) 693-6710

                                       

                                      Family Division Non-Dissolution Unit
                                      Wilentz Justice Complex, Room 1365
                                      212 Washington Street
                                      Newark, NJ 07012
                                      (973) 693-5560 or (973) 693-5520

                                       

                                      Hudson County
                                      Family Intake Team
                                      Administration Bldg., Room 203
                                      595 Newark Avenue
                                      Jersey City, NJ 07306
                                      (201) 795-6777

                                       

                                      Hunterdon County 
                                      Family Case Management Office
                                      Hunterdon County Justice Center
                                      65 Park Avenue
                                      Flemington, NJ 08822
                                      (908) 237-5920

                                       

                                      Mercer County
                                      Family Case Management Office
                                      175 S. Broad St., 2nd Floor
                                      P.O. Box 8068
                                      Trenton, NJ 08650-0068
                                      (609) 571-4200

                                       

                                      Middlesex County
                                      Family Part Intake Reception Team
                                      Family Courthouse
                                      120 New St., Room 111
                                      P.O. Box 2691
                                      New Brunswick, NJ 08903-2691
                                      (732) 519-3242

                                      Monmouth County
                                      Family Part, Courthouse
                                      71 Monument Park
                                      P.O. Box 1252
                                      Freehold, NJ 07728-1252
                                      (732) 677-4050

                                       

                                      Morris County
                                      Morris County Family Division
                                      Morris County Courthouse Family Intake
                                      Washington and Court Streets
                                      P.O. Box 910
                                      Morristown, NJ 07963
                                      (973) 656-4000

                                       

                                      Somerset County
                                      Family Case Management Office
                                      Courthouse, 2nd Floor
                                      P.O. Box 3000
                                      Somerville, NJ 08876-1262
                                      (908) 231-7600

                                       

                                      Sussex County
                                      Sussex County Family Division
                                      Sussex County Judicial Center
                                      43-47 High Street
                                      Newton, NJ 07860
                                      (973) 579-0630

                                       

                                      Union County
                                      Dissolution Assignment Office
                                      New Annex Bldg.; Courthouse
                                      2 Broad Street
                                      Elizabeth, NJ 07207
                                      (908) 659-3314

                                       

                                      Warren County
                                      Family Division Dissolution Unit
                                      Courthouse
                                      413 Second St.;
                                      P.O. Box 900
                                      Belvidere, NJ 07823-1500
                                      (908) 475-6150