Category: Business Valuation

Cost of Living Adjustment Clause

Cost of Living Adjustment Clause in a Child or Spousal Support Order Attorneys When going through the divorce process, there is a myriad of factors that must be taken into consideration to ensure that you receive your fair share of the marital assets and that any support you receive after a divorce will sustain you

Read More

Buying and Selling Real Estate in a Virtual World

Buying and Selling Real Estate in a Virtual World Our attorney Sarah J. Jacobs, Esq. interviews Brandie Brojan from Real Estate-https://www.brandiebrojan.com. Brandie Brojan: About three years ago, I actually started this new career. That is coming off of a 10-year career in promotions and marketing for various radio stations, and then I did about a

Read More

3 Vital Tips to Prevent Shared Finances From Stonewalling Your Divorce

Prevent Shared Finances From Stonewalling Your Divorce Attorneys Morristown NJ Even the most amicable of separations can be stressful and messy, especially when shared assets and debts are involved. As the state of New Jersey divides a couple’s assets through equitable distribution rather than a clear 50/50 percentage to each spouse, it is even more

Read More

Case Information Statement in a Divorce

Case Information Statement in a Divorce One of the divorce proceedings your family law attorney will walk you through is the completion of the Case Information Statement, also known as a CIS. Going through a divorce is a complicated and often confusing process. The multitude of steps one must complete in order to finalize a

Read More

Will I lose my Pension as a Result of Divorce?

Will I lose my Pension as a Result of Divorce? Our partner Amy L. Miller Esq. joined Jacobs Berger, LLC in 2017 and continues to focus solely on family law issues.  Amy’s practice is in the area of family law including divorce,  mediation,  custody, visitation, alimony, and domestic violence. In the video, Amy talks about important information you should need

Read More

How does Equitable Distribution work in the State of New Jersey?

How does Equitable Distribution work in the State of New Jersey? Our founder attorney Sarah J. Jacobs, Esq. with nearly 20 years of experience, and certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Law Attorney and Qualified as a Family Law Mediator, explains in this video the proper concept of Equitable Distribution.

Read More

Marital vs Separate Property: Equitable Distribution Factors

Morris County NJ Property Division Divorce Attorneys Protect Your Assets New Jersey follows the equitable distribution model, with all its nuances. This is another reason to have a skilled divorce attorney on your team to represent your best interests in the division of property by the court. When going through a divorce, numerous aspects must

Read More

How is a Family-owned Business Handled during the Divorce Process?

Family-owned Business and Divorce Attorneys Morristown NJ Our experienced attorney Jamie N. Berger, Esq.explains some of the different routes a family-owned business may take in the middle of a divorce process. What to do with a Family Owned Business in a Divorce Process? Something that can complicate divorce issues is when you have a family-owned

Read More

Are my employment benefits and frequent flyer miles considered marital property?

Are my employment benefits and frequent flyer miles considered marital property? As architects and builders of a new family structure, at Jacobs Berger, LLC we strongly believe in communication as one of the most important tools we have to walk through situations that are already not easy to handle. In the following video our partner

Read More

What if I need to file a family law motion in the middle of the Coronavirus Crisis?

Family Law Attorneys helping clients during the Coronavirus Crisis Morris County NJ Court Systems continue working in a virtual way in the middle of this COVID-19 situation https://www.facebook.com/jacobsbergerll.wpengine/posts/2716025888683725 As these unprecedented times and processes move along, we have learned more from the court as far as what access attorneys or litigants have. The good news

Read More