NJ Family Divorce Help

Middlesex County  Family Court Divorce AttorneyDivorce is the undoing of a marriage. In some states it is called a dissolution of marriage. No matter what the label, this is a way to formally end legal ties between a husband and a wife, and resolve other issues that may connect them, such as child custody, child support, property division, debt division, and spousal support. Divorces are granted by courts, and most of the laws regarding divorce are made by the states, rather than the federal government. Whether your case is simple and direct or complicated and contentious, I will endeavor to obtain for you the result you deserve.  I will answer your questions all along the way and respond quickly to your concerns.  If there are experts necessary to prove damages, establish custody, value property, I will suggest experts that I have used in the past that I have found to be reliable.

Divorces can be arranged by agreement of the couple, and when the couple cannot agree, a judge makes the decisions. In the majority of divorces, the couple reaches an agreement, the judge makes sure the agreement is fair, and the judge makes the couple’s agreement a part of a court order.Each party’s divorce is unique.  While it is always an aspiration to try to resolve the issues of distribution of assets, child custody and parenting time, alimony and child support in an amicable manner it is not always possible to do so.

With 28 years of experience and having handled many hundreds of cases of all kinds, you can rely on my advice as sound and consistent and up to date with today’s case law.Fill in the form below and we will set up a free consultation at your convenience.

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