A state attorney vowed a few months back to “ask the judge for a tough sentence” in a matter featuring the bad conduct of a divorcing spouse hiding marital wealth. We traced the basic details of that criminal case in our September 28 blog post at The Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh in Somerville.
We referenced in a recent blog post what one national publication termed “a really big case” in the realm of divorce-linked asset transfer and distribution. Our November 15 post focused specifically on the common scenario involving the transfer from one divorcing spouse to the other of company-sponsored retirement funds and individual retirement accounts, respectively.
Two individuals meet and marry. One spouse gets a professional degree and builds a successful practice. Years later they divorce.
Divorce commentators commonly stress that marital splits often have some commonality regarding their core issues, but that there is no such thing as a “typical” divorce. The divorce process poses unique challenges and opportunities for every separating couple in New Jersey and nationally.
Yet again, Wells Fargo has been exposed for negligent or shady lending practices. The bank’s unforgiveable errors have directly led to more than 500 homeowners losing their houses to foreclosure.
Will there be alimony in your divorce? On the one hand, spousal support (alimony) is not as common as it used to be. Women are more self-sufficient than in the past - in fact, many modern women are the breadwinners in the household.
If you’re a soon-to-be former spouse engaged in New Jersey divorce negotiations while worried that your impending ex is hiding marital assets from you, schedule a date.
Clients sometimes ask if it’s better to be the spouse who initiates divorce. From a legal standpoint, there is no surefire advantage to filing first. It should have no bearing on the court’s rulings regarding property or custody or financial support.
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