Division Of Assets And Property

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Facing a divorce is overwhelming. Whether you have children or not, and no matter the length of the marriage, your life has been intermingled with another’s. That makes things complicated.

A Unique Level Of Skill And Understanding

I am Melinda L. Singer, Esquire I have been practicing for more than four decades, and I understand what you are going through because I have been through it myself. Through my own personal experience getting divorced, as well as my legal experience, I know what to do to make this process as smooth as possible.

Though no two divorces are the same, equitable division of assets and property is always one of the most important parts. Marriage involves the blending of assets, liabilities and properties such as:

  • Real estate
  • Savings and retirement accounts
  • Investments
  • Credit card debt

When this type of division has to go to the court, it can be time-consuming and incredibly emotionally difficult. Equitable means “fairly,” not necessarily equally, and the courts will dig in to many factors in deciding the correct distribution. Meanwhile, the process can drag on and on, keeping you from moving on with your life.

The easier way is to come to an agreement with the other party outside of court. My services shine here: I am a court approved economic family law mediator, as well as one of the lawyers Board-Certified in family law in the state of New Jersey. This means that I have proven certain levels of experience, education, knowledge and skill in the area.

Knowledge is power. I will investigate your situation, evaluate your needs and employ my unique skills as a Board-Certified family law attorney to work toward the most favorable outcome possible for you.

Call Today To Get A Professional’s Honest Opinion

To get my professional opinion on your situation and what you may be facing, call my Hackensack office at 201-870-0826. Or, send me a message through my online form.