How to Pick the Right New Jersey Divorce Attorney

I have been fired. Should I sign a release?

Never sign a release without talking to an attorney as releases generally waive liability. Your employer has to give you time to think about things.

What factors impact a discrimination case?

The process of discovery can unearth many factors that may impact your case. Your side of the story is evidence and can positively impact your case if your testimony is honest and believable.

What factors impact alimony in NJ?

Several factors impact alimony in the state of New Jersey. Some of the many factors that impact alimony include need, the age and health of the parties, ability to pay, earning capacity, the standard of living established during the marriage, absence from the job market, educational levels, parental responsibilities, equitable distribution of the assets. There is [...]

What are the divorce options in NJ?

There are several alternatives to resolving marital disputes in New Jersey that avoid litigation. Alternative dispute resolution is favored by the courts and encouraged throughout the process of litigation. Mediation, arbitration, settlement conferences, and the collaborative divorce process are just some of the available options.

Can I remove my spouse from the Marital Home?

Except in the event of domestic violence, courts will generally not order either party to leave the marital home while the divorce is pending.

How can I convince my spouse to agree to a collaborative divorce?

If collaborative divorce is a good option, your attorney will give you information about the process. You can share that information with your spouse and discuss the benefits of collaborative divorce. You can try and convince your spouse to meet with a collaboratively trained attorney to learn about the process and determine if he or [...]

Will my Collaborative Divorce take a long time to resolve?

Every divorce differs. Collaborative divorce takes approximately six months on average. Collaborative divorce is much quicker than a litigated divorce.

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Can a mediator offer either party legal advice?

A mediator must remain neutral throughout the process of mediation.  A mediator cannot provide legal advice to either party engaged in the process of mediation.