Kiernan & Campbell
New Jersey Family Law Attorney Offering Mediation Services

Fairly Dividing Assets During Divorce

Serving clients in Essex County and the surrounding counties of New Jersey, the family law firm of Kiernan & Campbell provides knowledgeable assistance with both simple and complex issues related to property division in divorce.

Attorney Jean R. Campbell has extensive experience representing business owners, medical professionals, blue collar employees, homemakers and other individuals from a wide range of backgrounds. Let her provide the detailed legal guidance you require to fairly divide the following assets, among others:

  • 401(k)s, IRAs and other retirement accounts
  • Military pensions
  • Stock options
  • Investment accounts
  • Professional practices and businesses
  • Residential homes and commercial real estate
  • Vacation homes, boats and sport cars
  • Valuable collections and antiques
  • Overseas assets

When Difficulties Arise, A Skilled Lawyer Is Your Greatest Asset

Distributing marital assets and debts between divorcing parties is often a complex challenge. In most cases, the parties negotiate a property settlement agreement on the division of assets after there has been full and complete financial disclosure.

However, what happens if you and your spouse can't agree on who gets what? What if your spouse is self-employed and doesn't keep accurate financial records? What if he or she is asking for part of your 401(k), which would threaten your ability to retire? When these types of difficult questions arise, you need a lawyer with clear answers. Let Ms. Campbell be your adviser and champion as you navigate the divorce process.

Learn More By Scheduling A Personal Consultation

Set up a one-on-one consultation by calling the West Caldwell office at 973-259-6602 or contact the firm by email. Ms. Campbell is ready to listen to your problems and help you find lasting solutions.

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