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A New Jersey divorce can have a substantial impact on finances

Neil Sedaka's signature song is "Breaking Up is Hard to Do." The lyrics couldn't be more true, particularly when a couple has been married for any length of time. It can be difficult to separate lives once they have merged and intertwined. It is easy in the midst of the pain, hurt and emotion to forget to monitor and figure out how to separate finances. Because a couple's finances will be impacted by a divorce, couples in New Jersey are encouraged to keep their money matters in check.

Divorce: Couples can include college funding in negotiations

A recent study indicates that four out of every ten marriages will end. Unfortunately, a divorce affects more than just the couple. Shared children often feel the biggest impact of a parent's failing marriage. New Jersey parents may be interested to know that more than a child's emotional well-being can be affected; their college education can also be impacted.

Children also experience emotion in a divorce

Some statistics suggest that as many as half of all marriages will end in divorce. In those marriages, children often are caught up in the battles, fights and negotiations of spouses. Although a divorce is painful and can be a lengthy process, New Jersey parents may be in interested to know that there are ways to assist children through the proceedings.

Is your spouse hiding assets in your New Jersey divorce?

Even in the best of circumstances, divorce is a difficult process. It's hard to watch the end of a relationship you, at one time, thought would last the rest of your life. People often experience strong emotions, ranging from grief to anger. Some people just want the process over as quickly as possible. That feeling could be even more intense if your spouse has been acting in an aggressive or combative manner.

Many women are unaware of their finances until a divorce

In the last century, women have gained many rights and more respect from male counterparts than ever before. Despite women becoming more independent, statistics indicate that many women still leave most financial decisions and management up to their spouses. New Jersey readers may be interested to learn that women who have not participated in marital financial decisions often face surprises during a divorce.

Are your finances prepared for a divorce?

Finances are often the center of many marital disputes. It is no surprise that discussing the division of finances during divorce negotiations can be tricky and can easily erupt into arguments. A savvy family law attorney can offer advice to an individual in New Jersey measures that can be taken prior to filing for divorce to protect the client's financial future.

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