We fight for our clients in all types of family matters, including:
Although New Jersey courts have standard guidelines for determining child support, multiple factors must be considered to accurately calculate the parties’ appropriate support obligations. Each case is fact-sensitive, and there may be extenuating circumstances that affect the parties’ abilities to maintain their support obligations. Our lawyers are experienced in handling these matters and understand the many variables involved.
Child Custody, Parenting Time, and Visitation Rights
In New Jersey, the primary factor in making a child custody and parenting time decision is the best interest of the child. We understand the emotions involved in a situation of this magnitude, and our lawyers have both the legal experience and empathy to effectively and efficiently advocate for your rights.
Post-Judgment Enforcement and Modification
We help clients enforce court orders for support, custody, and equitable distribution when the other party fails to meet their obligations. Additionally, our lawyers have significant experience in pursuing and defending applications to modify child support, spousal support, and custody and visitation rights, as well as applications to terminate such orders.
Our lawyers have skillfully represented clients on both sides of domestic violence cases. We can help you obtain temporary restraining orders (TROs) and final restraining orders (FROs), as well as defend you against these applications. Our team also has a strong record of successfully arguing for dismissals of TROs and FROs. Whether you are being abused or are accused of abuse, you can trust us to help protect you and your rights.
Divorce is an emotional and stressful process that requires experienced legal representation. Our attorneys will advocate to protect your rights if you or your spouse begins the divorce process. We focus on obtaining the best results for our clients without causing the involved parties to deplete their finances.
Collaborative Law Proceedings
The collaborative law process is an alternative to traditional litigation. In this team approach, the parties work together to reach agreements regarding family law matters like divorce, support, and custody issues. This can allow the parties to resolve disputes with the guidance and expertise of counsel but without the financial and emotional strain of litigation.