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What happens to debt during the property division in divorce?

Going through a divorce is never easy, and some of the most challenging divorce-related procedures involve children and assets. When there are significant debts that form part of the property division process, it becomes even more challenging. New Jersey is a common-law state, which means that assets and debts are divided equitably, and this process will involve determining whether debts are separate or marital.

Avoid child custody conflict -- add these to the parenting plan

Whenever parents in New Jersey or elsewhere decide to divorce, establishing a parenting plan is an important part of this challenging process, even if it is an amicable breakup. Sometimes, adding things that seem insignificant in the child custody agreement now might avoid contention later. Including those topics to the parenting plan can make it easier for the child to adjust to the new dynamics.

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