New Jersey law provides the following grounds for divorce:
The fault or wrongdoing of a party in a divorce action has no bearing on how assets will be divided that were acquired during the marriage. The Court may, but rarely does, consider the grounds for divorce as a factor in determining alimony. So even though fault is an emotional factor in a divorce, it has little influence on the terms of a final settlement.
David Wildstein, Esq. has been practicing matrimonial law for more than 30 years. He heads the 12-member family-law department of Wilentz Goldman Spitzer P.A. in Woodbridge, NJ and New York City. He has been listed in Best Lawyers in America.
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