Divorces happen for people of all ages, including young people. From my experience, some of the easiest cases to settle typically involve young parties who have been married only a short period of time, have limited financial entanglements, and no children.
In a typical case, the parties usually choose to go their own separate ways both romantically and financially; they may keep their own retirement assets, bank accounts, vehicles, debts, and go on to a hopefully happier future.
While, there is no obligation in New Jersey to waive rights to equitable distribution or other relief, no matter how short the marriage was, typically, younger parties in a short-term marriage have not accumulated much together, and they simply want to get out of the union as financially unscathed as possible. It is, of course, up to the parties to a divorce how they want to resolve these issues and every case is unique.
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Your case may be a “typical” case and easy to resolve or may be more complex and difficult. Regardless of the status of your divorce, Rigden Lieberman an help. Contact Rigden Lieberman today.