Learn More About Our Morris County NJ Family Law Firm
About Our Morris County Divorce and Family Law Practice
Our Principles and Goals in Divorce and Family Law Cases
Our 5 Principles in Divorce Cases
- Kids come 1st
- There are no winners
- Don’t spend more on counsel fees that your going to make or save on your case
- Don’t let a judge make a decision you can make by yourself
- Communication is the key to a successful outcome in any divorce case
Our Goals in Divorce Cases
- Educate our clients so they understand their rights
- Get through the case quickly
- Be conscious of costs
- Reduce our client’s stress as much as possible
- Ensure that our client always has a great relationship with their children
- Promote civility between the parties during and after the case
Our Pledge to You
We have built our law practice on several principles: hard work on behalf of our clients, reliability, and honesty. Should we undertake your representation, we will work diligently and tenaciously on your behalf, answer all of your questions in a timely manner, keep you informed as to progress of your case, and devote our full efforts to resolving your matter. This is our promise. Thank you and we look forward to serving you.
Joseph M. Rasa, Esq.
Divorce and Family Law Attorney
565 Newark Pompton Turnpike
Pompton Plains, New Jersey 07444
(973) 831-8800 x-1
LL.M., Taxation, New York University School of Law (1998)
J.D., Seton Hall University School of Law (1998)
B.S., Business Administration, Montclair State University (1986)
State of New Jersey (1998)
United States District Court, District of New Jersey (1998)
State of New York (1999)
United States Tax Court (2000)
Yes. We have a no-charge, no obligation, initial consultation.
A divorce case can be concluded in as little as 2 to 3 months or last for years. Typically, most cases resolve within 6 to 9 months.
We accept all forms of payment. The preferred payment method is with an eCheck, debit, or credit card through LawPay available on our website.
No one should enter into a divorce case without understanding how much the case will cost. That being said, it is impossible to provide an accurate estimate of the total cost of your divorce case without knowing more about your specific situation. That is one of the reasons we offer a no-charge, no obligation, initial consultation.
Yes, but it is not recommended that you attempt to represent yourself in a divorce case. Litigation is complicated, divorce is emotionally charged, and the effects of a divorce case can last for years after the case is concluded. Everyone needs a good attorney on their team.