Divorce lawyer hackensack nj - Tomasella and Vacca, L.L.C

New Jersey is an equitable distribution state. This means that marital property is not always divided equally. Rather, it is divided equitably. Marital property is often made up of property, pensions and retirement plans, savings and checking accounts, jewelry, furniture, vehicles, season sports tickets, vehicles, pets, and many other assets and debts. In accordance with New Jersey’s Equitable Distribution Statute,…

If you’re wondering whether your spouse’s affair affects the way assets are distributed at the end of a marriage, the basic answer is no, seeing as New Jersey is a no-fault state. Thus, one party contributing or even causing the breakdown of the marriage will most likely have no effect on the equitable division of…

If your spouse is financially dependent on you during your marriage, you may need to pay alimony after the divorce. The circumstances aren’t always clear. For instance, how long will you be paying alimony and how much alimony? According to N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23(b), there are factors that need to be considered in determining alimony allocation. Here…

The law itself is complicated enough. Throw in a few major changes, and the effects of misinterpretation of the law can be detrimental.  For instance, as a result of a recent change in the law, the tax implications with regard to alimony have been modified.  We always recommend that our clients seek the consultation of…

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