Property Division

After years of living together and working side by side, couples must face the difficult task of separating their property as they part ways. Everything that has been earned or acquired during the marriage (which a few exceptions, such as an inheritance), must be split equitably between the two. This can be an overwhelming and emotional task.

Legal Strategies For Property Division

At Hanlon Dunn Robertson Schwartz, our attorneys are skilled in offering strategic solutions to these problems. We understand property division and how to accomplish an equitable split, while protecting the interests of our client. We also understand how the property division could impact your financial future moving forward, past the divorce. Our lawyers are committed to providing legal strategies for protecting your future and your hard work.

If you are facing divorce and a division of property, please contact our Morristown, New Jersey, law offices today for a consultation.

In divorce, all assets, property and debt must be divided between the couple. This includes:

  • The house and any real estate
  • Cars, boats and vehicles
  • All real property
  • Investments, shares, stocks and bonds
  • Retirement accounts and pensions
  • Businesses and professional practices

The value of these assets will be divided equitably, which doesn't necessarily mean a 50-50 split. Instead, one person may receive more of one asset to balance the other spouse receiving more of another. Our attorneys take the time to understand your priorities and provide legal strategies tailored to what you want to keep in the divorce.

To learn more about our experience and abilities in property division and how we can help you, please contact our firm today.