Protecting Your Business During a New Jersey Divorce

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Protect Your Business from Divorce

If you owned a business during your marriage or started a business during the marriage, that business could be subject to equal distribution during the divorce. Dividing closely held business assets can be complicated – especially if you owned the business prior to getting married. If joint funds were used to expand or support the…

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Should You Consider a Prenuptial Agreement?

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NJ Prenuptial Agreement Lawyers - Romanowski Law Offices

Today, more couples are getting married later in life, which means they have acquired their fair share of assets and financial resources prior to the union taking place. While traditionally a prenuptial agreement was used for those with excessive assets, a person does not have to be a millionaire to use this layer of protection.

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Progressive Writing Tips for the Persuasive Lawyer

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Progressive Writing Tips for the Persuasive Lawyer by Curtis J. Romanowski, Esq., Chairman Collaborative Family Institute, LLC As lawyers, most of us take great pride in our writing ability. By now, it’s become second-nature to us and familiar to the staff members we’ve trained. It’s not confusing, tedious or long-winded to us. We say what…

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Setting the Scene for Success

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Setting the Scene for Success by Curtis J. Romanowski, Esq., Chairman Collaborative Family Institute, LLC “This guy walks into a divorce lawyer’s office…” The traditional adversarial system continues to draw criticism when aggressively applied to family law cases. Apart from the inefficiencies, impracticalities and associated costs of strongly competitive approaches, the reasons for abandoning these…

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NJ Child Support Negotiations: Finding the Middle Ground in Divorce

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Divorce proceedings may have differences by state when it comes to statutes and procedures, but they are pretty much the same when it comes to the amount of conflict between divorcing parties. New Jersey is no exception to such situations. NJ child support cases, in particular, can be extremely heated when both parties have different…

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