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                                      High Profile & Celebrity Divorces


                                      Privacy in High Profile Divorces

                                      Many wealthy people amassed their fortune via high-profile professions. If you are a great athlete, artist, performer, entrepreneur, politician, or a highly successful professional, you undoubtedly have similar worries about divorce. We understand your need to safeguard your assets and revenue stream as well as your privacy. Likewise, we recognize that a poorly-executed divorce may ruin your image and expose your whole family to unwanted public attention if you don't prepare ahead of time. Your personal image, brand, and reputation can’t be tarnished, which is why we focus extensively on helping you keep your divorce as private and discrete as possible. The attorneys at Simon Law Group have over a decade of experience working with high-profile and extremely high net worth individuals during their divorce process. We also have immense experience handling high net-worth divorces for our clients.

                                      Avoiding the Courts where possible…

                                      There are methods to almost entirely avoid court appearances during your divorce. By agreeing on the terms and conditions of your divorce upfront, the public may not learn about your assets, finances, or even the divorce itself.
                                      You and your spouse may sign a Property or Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA or PSA) if you can settle all of your problems via attorney-assisted negotiation. The Agreement would include all of your agreements to settle your lawsuit. Couples sign and submit an MSA/PSA with the court. This Agreement would include everything from child custody and support to property division and other financial considerations. Ordinarily, one party writes the Agreement and the other examines it before signing it and ultimately filing it in court.

                                      If you think you and your spouse can manage this with the help of a qualified attorney, you can adequately ensure an uncontested divorce. If not, you might also consider Mediation or Arbitration. Mediation is voluntary and non-binding, whereas Arbitration is akin to a “private” court in which the final decisions are in fact binding on you and your spouse.


                                      Other Options


                                      Even if your spouse refuses to utilize less confrontational tactics, there are still ways to protect your privacy in divorce. For example, a post-nuptial agreement may handle divorce secrecy. A post-Nup may help prevent your spouse from exposing your divorce on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or TikTok, or speaking to News outlets and taking public interviews or adding commentary to outlets. Post-nuptial agreements are made during marriage and outline the parties' expectations. Violations may result in monetary penalties. A divorce agreement to limit social media posts on Facebook, Twitter, and other sites may safeguard your privacy.

                                      Financial Record Sealing

                                      If you must litigate the divorce due to a non-compliant spouse, we can request that the Court seals your financial records, but it’s an uphill battle and it’s ultimately left up to the judge. If someone can demonstrate that the public interest of open records outweighs your need for privacy, then documents will likely remain visible to the public, so any request to seal records need to be narrowly-tailored.

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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
                                      413 Second St.;
                                      P.O. Box 900
                                      Belvidere, NJ 07823-1500
                                      (908) 475-6150