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In A New Jersey Divorce When Is "Cut-Off" Date For Equitable Distribution?

The date that the Complaint for Divorce was filed by your lawyer in the Family Part of the Superior Court of New Jersey, unless agreed to otherwise by the parties. As a experienced New Jersey divorce attorney I have had many cases dismissed because the parties reconciled. ...

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