East Brunswick Divorce Attorney
It doesn’t matter whether you live in Middlesex, Monmouth, Somerset, Ocean, Union or Mercer County; you want to protect the assets of your family. An experienced family lawyer can help you with all your property division concerns in your divorce. At the Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt Esq., we help individuals throughout New Jersey protect their rights in their divorce when it comes to their assets, debts and family businesses.
When it comes to the equitable distribution of marital property, we help our clients understand all their property division options. If we are unable to negotiate a fair settlement on your behalf, we are ready to protect your property rights in court. When it comes to marital property division, we will make sure all your financial concerns are considered:
- Marital Home
- Marital Assets
- Stocks and Bonds
- Marital Debts
- Business Valuation
- Retirement Accounts
- 401(k) Plans
Our family law attorney is experienced in handling complex, high-asset divorce and property division cases. If one or both of the parties is a business owner, we can provide valuable assistance with the division of business assets.
As in all aspects of a divorce, we believe in finding a quick and successful resolution for our clients, whenever possible. Don’t let your case languish in court. The decisions you make regarding marital property will affect other aspects of your settlement, such as alimony and child support. If negotiations fail, we are prepared to proceed to court and represent your interests in a vigorous and aggressive fashion. New Jersey is an equitable distribution state, which means that all property is not necessarily divided equally, but rather equitably depending on the facts and circumstances of each case.
Closely Held Businesses in a Divorce
If you or your former spouse is in control of a private business, it is important to make sure the valuation of that business is handled correctly. We work with financial experts who can help you understand the rights of individuals when it comes to closely held businesses in a divorce. In some cases, the appointment of a forensic accountant is necessary in order to properly determine the goings on of a business, so that a proper evaluation may be made. This can lead to complex litigation and the necessity to be represented by an experienced divorce lawyer.
With offices in Freehold and East Brunswick, we help clients throughout New Jersey with the division of their family assets. In order to best meet the needs of our clients during this difficult time, we offer evening and weekend appointments. Contact us today for more information about our property division practice.