How Do Joint Assets Work in New Jersey?

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Understanding Joint Assets in New Jersey If you’ve ever bought something with someone else, you may already understand the basic principle behind joint assets. In short, joint assets are assets (either tangible or intangible) that are owned by two or more people. Common assets that are often held in joint name include bank accounts, brokerage accounts, vehicles and real property.

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