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Divorce has financial implications in New Jersey

Divorce may understandably be challenging emotionally, but it can also take a financial toll on an individual. This financial toll can be devastating for a person who is around the corner from his or her retirement years. Some tips may help people protect themselves financially while going through a divorce proceeding in New Jersey.

Financial information important during family law proceedings

Divorce is one of the most complicated experiences a person will have, not only from an emotional standpoint but also from a financial one. This is true especially for those in New Jersey who were not heavily involved in their families' finances prior to their divorces. A few tips may help these individuals to navigate this type of family law proceeding in a way that will benefit them over the long term.

Spousal support may be major area of contention during divorce

Spousal support is usually a contentious issue that arises during many divorce proceedings. Even after spousal support has been awarded, however, some recipients of the support may find it difficult to actually receive the payments due to them. A few tips might help people protect their spousal support in New Jersey during divorce.

Addressing marital home is important part of divorce

In addition to tackling matters, such as child custody, one of the biggest points of contention during a divorce in New Jersey is the family home. The house is usually the final item addressed during a divorce proceeding, as this is one of the most emotionally charged parts of a marital dissolution. A few tips may help people going through the divorce process to make wise decisions regarding marital property.