For NJ State Family Divorce Court:
I have property I bought in mid 2001, with a mortgage. I married in mid 2004.
By the time I married, my tax assessment proves my equity was quite high. Approx 90k.
Now, since I married, I continued paying into the mortgage.
Also took some equity out during marriage to purchase other properties.
With the paying into the mortage + equity out, as it stands today my equity is maybe only 20k.
Wife never worked, we have kids. Wife got a bogus RO against me which is under appeal right now, but as of now i'm not even allowed to enter the property. They considered this out of my three properties the 'marital home'.
I exempted it in my case statement for divorce. Any chance this property could slip from my hands during the divorce?I'm seeing attorneys say addition info is required.. what kind of additional info? I have an attorney and he hasnt really asked more than the question of equity before and after marriage
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