Separation in Morris County New Jersey
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Separation in New Jersey
We represent clients in New Jersey and New York with any issue related to divorce and family law. Please select any of the links in this section to learn more about our practice.
The breakup of a marriage can be very complicated. Everything in your life is affected, including ... READ MORE
A marriage in New Jersey may be annulled in certain circumstances. Unlike divorce, with an... READ MORE
Child relocation out of the state of New jersey, also known as removal, are among the more ... READ MORE
Alimony, sometimes called spousal support, is usually one of the hotly contested issues in any ... READ MORE
Restraining orders are among the more serious issues handled by our firm. Immediately upon its ... READ MORE
In New Jersey, same-sex couples were granted limited rights beginning in 2004 with the New Jersey ... READ MORE
We represent clients in connection with juvenile and adult adoptions. Each of these types of ... READ MORE
Contested Estate Matters
We have represented clients in contested estate cases for many years. In the usual case, siblings ... READ MORE
Sometimes spouses decide to separate without getting divorced. Moving out of the marital home ... READ MORE
The most serious issues involving the breakup of a relationship involve the custody of the children ... READ MORE
A child has the right to be supported by both parents. Even if one of the parents is absent from the ... READ MORE
Like alimony, the division of marital property, also known as equitable distribution, is an area of ... READ MORE
A prenuptial agreement is entered into before parties get married. The agreement sets forth each ... READ MORE
The parties spent months or years resolving their divorce case or going to trial to have a judge ... READ MORE
Mediation & Arbitration
Mediation and Arbitration fall under the category of Alternative Dispute Resolution or ADR for ... READ MORE
How It Works
The break up of a marriage is difficult. Our representation of you is not.
Our initial case consultation is free. We will review your case, and determine how we can help you.
Every family is unique, and every client has different objectives. We will work together, and develop a plan to resolve your case.
Once the plan is developed, we will guide you through the litigation process, focusing on your objectives.
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.