Couples often have all sorts of options on the table when they split up and no two divorces are the same. For example, a couple who has significant assets and children may approach divorce from a very different perspective than a couple with modest financial resources and no children. Some divorces are very contentious and inevitably lead to bitter disputes in the courtroom. However, divorce does not have to be a difficult and emotionally draining process. Some couples work through their divorce with a mediator and there are a number of advantages to mediation, from a financial and emotional point of view.
You and your spouse have decided to get divorced, and you look forward to moving on with your separate lives in the future. The problem is, you have young children, too. Who will end up receiving custody of them?
As a Jersey City business owner, you’d do anything to protect your enterprise. This includes safeguarding your business from divorce, which is unfortunately a very real possibility for many couples out there. Inc. explains a few of the options available to entrepreneurs to ensure their businesses stay intact when faced with divorce proceedings.
When New Jersey couples get divorced, they usually need to discuss how they will divide their property. This process can quickly become complicated, so it is important for people to understand basic facts about property division.