*This chat is not intended as legal advice. It is general information that may or may not apply to your situation and should not be relied upon.*
Thank you for your question. My name is XXXXX XXXXX I will do whatever I can to answer your questions!
You have asked many questions. Please allow me to give you a brief overview of divorce in New Jersey as it may answer some of your questions and then address your questions more specifically.
First of all, New Jersey is an equitable distribution
state. This means that in the event of a divorce the "marital property" is "equitably" divided by the court. Property that is "separate property" is not divided by the court. Basically all property acquired during the term of the marriage
is considered marital property regardless of whether it was acquired through the efforts of only one spouse. An "equitable distribution" means a fair distribution which often results in an equal division of assetsquestion – I was wondering how do I get divorced. I have no money or family to go to
I suggest that you retain a local attorney.
Do not be overly concerned with the cost of your attorney. A good litigator may be able to have your husband pay his fees. You will want to retain the best attorney that your husband's money can buy. You can request temporary support during the pendency of the proceeding.Will I get child support and alimony?
Yes you will receive child support as the father has a legal obligation to support his children. You likely would also receive alimony if your husband has the means to pay the alimonyWill he be able to steal or hide money from the sale of the house?
You should retain counsel to avoid this from occurringWill my name be able to go on the business he buys- the route?
Can I get a percentage of sales after the divorce?
Both are possible and can be negotiated as part of alimony or property settlement
I would be glad to respond to any follow-up questions that you may have.