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Officiants matter for same-sex couples and divorce

Many New Jersey couples dream of a wedding in a special locale, whether within the state or elsewhere in the nation. That may create an ideal setting, but some couples will run into trouble in the event of a divorce. It turns out the individual who officiates the ceremony is critical to same-sex couples and divorce.

Art collections can complicate high asset divorce

For some New Jersey couples, an expensive art collection serves as a ticket into the upper levels of high society. Art has long been traded among the wealthy, dating back to the 17th century. Today, however, art has become an asset class in and of itself. Investing money into art serves is one way to conceal wealth from tax authorities and other potential losses. For some spouses, an art collection can be an excellent vehicle for shielding wealth from division during a high asset divorce.

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