NJ Divorce & Family Law Attorneys

Guiding NJ families and couples through divorce and family law matters

The Salvo Law Firm has many years of experience guiding families and individuals through divorce, post-divorce and other family law matters.


There are several options available to a couple who are looking to end their marriage, including “traditional” divorce, collaborative divorce and mediation.  A traditional divorce may be the right choice for a couple who simply cannot work together, under any circumstances, to resolve their issues.  In some situations, emotions run very high, issues are deeply contested, and a couple simply cannot work together in order to resolve their matter. In these cases, a traditional divorce is probably the best option. More 

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative divorce is a new alternative to traditional divorce.  It has been available in the State of New Jersey since 2014.  A collaborative divorce is usually less expensive, less time-consuming and less stressful than a traditional divorce.  With a collaborative divorce, couples are able to come to an agreement without filing a lawsuit.   When a couple has control over their future, they are usually happier with the results.  More 


Mediation is another alternative to traditional divorce.  It too allows a couple to avoid the courtroom.  More 

Child & Parenting Issues

When a couple gets a divorce, spouses are not the only ones impacted by the change. When children are involved, the parents have a lot to consider. When a marriage ends, the family must address issues like child support and child custody. Courts will work to reduce the effect on the child’s life and decide on a support and custody structure that serves the interests of the child first. In some cases, after a final judgment, parents may wish to adjust support or custody through a request for modification. More 

Family Law Issues

Following a divorce, circumstances may change, requiring issues like spousal support, child support or child custody to be reevaluated.  We can help you address these issues.  More 


If you are interested in talking about your divorce options, or other family law issues, don’t hesitate to call us at 973-988-1707.  We are emotionally supportive and ready to assist you.