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Family Law Attorneys Explain Splitting Assets in Rockland County and Bergen County

Divorce Lawyers for Property Division New York & New Jersey

This may be your first divorce, but it certainly isn’t ours. After nearly 40 years of service to New York and New Jersey families, we are confident we can provide you with the legal guidance you require. Divorce attorney Paul Goldhamer has the decades of service, client focus and a reputation for results, which will allow you to move forward with your life after divorce.

A tremendous amount is at stake in the division of marital assets phase of your divorce. The outcome will determine who will retain control of valuable real estate, residences and retirement funds accumulated during your marriage.

Are NY and NJ Community Property or Separate Property States?

Although New York and New Jersey are separate property states, both require the “equitable distribution” of all marital property. Marital property in New York and New Jersey includes most assets acquired during the marriage but not all. After it is determined what is separate property and what is marital property, the marital property must be split equitably.

If it is possible to reach an amicable property division settlement, we can do it through skillful negotiation. If litigation is necessary, we will not hesitate to aggressively safeguard your interests in court. We pursue exhaustive investigation of hidden assets belonging to a spouse who has been less than forthcoming. All our work, both behind the scenes and in a courtroom, is for the goal of getting you a fair and reasonable outcome.

What Property Can I Keep in Divorce?

KGG lawyers in our experienced matrimonial law department examine your total marital asset and property holdings picture, and aggressively advocate for your rightful share of:

  • Homes
  • Vacation or rental property, including homes located overseas
  • Commercial real estate
  • Closely held businesses and business interests
  • Bank accounts
  • Motor vehicles
  • Retirement funds and benefits
  • Deferred income
  • Stocks, stock options and bonds
  • Gifts and inheritances
  • Collections and memberships
  • Awards from workers’ compensation, personal injury or medical malpractice claims

Issues related to division of assets, property and debts can be some of the most contentious aspects of any divorce. This is especially the case in a divorce involving high net worth clients. Our substantial litigation resources include experts whose findings can support you and your assertions to a judge and jury.

How to Choose a Divorce Attorney

Choose a divorce lawyer based on his or her experience, reputation and your own comfort level. The divorce lawyers at Kantrowitz, Goldhamer & Graifman, P.C. will arrange your initial consultation. Our proven legal leadership and client commitment is tailored to your family law goals.

In New York or New Jersey, the toll-free number to call is (800) 711-5258 or fill out or online contact form. An evening appointment is available by request.