How to Protect Premarital Assets in a New Jersey Divorce

How to Protect Premarital Assets in a New Jersey Divorce

How to Protect Premarital Assets in a New Jersey Divorce Posted by Brad Micklin on Mon, Apr 14, 2014 @ 11:12 AM

 

How to Protect Premarital Assets When Going Through a New Jersey Divorce

When two people are going through a divorce, the equitable distribution of property is going to be one of the main focal parts of any dispute. The question often arises about what property should be part of the marital estate and subject to this distribution versus separate premarital property that should remain with the party who owned it prior to the marriage.

One of the main ways to protect premarital assets is through the execution of a prenuptial agreement that outlines the separate nature of the property and makes it clear that it will not become marital property. Of course, if a divorce already is a possibility, this no longer is an option. In addition, many couples contemplating marriage find it difficult to foresee a time when this type of...
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