Ocean County Divorce Lawyer
Planning to divorce? Get legal counsel to guide you.
Relationships can be difficult, even at the best of times. In some cases, the two parties cannot resolve their differences, and the relationship is no longer viable or healthy. When it is time to seek a divorce, there is little doubt that doing advance planning can be of great benefit to you. A full review and evaluation of the financial situation, the issues regarding employment, child care, custody and other issues can help you come to the right decision about how to proceed. At The Law Office of Rachel S. Cotrino, the Ocean County divorce attorney will help you with all aspects of divorce planning, and will help you to understand your options, and how state law could affect your case.
Important Issues in Divorce in New Jersey
There are a great number of possible outcomes in any divorce, and often the marriage dissolution can be resolved through the process of
mediation. When the attorney at the firm takes on a case, every possible type of alternative to a trial will be evaluated as an option. When the two parties involved can come to a workable compromise, it is usually a far superior agreement, as it reflects the actual situation and is not determined through a formula. No matter what process you engage in, the matters involving
spousal support, and
asset and debt division are of real concern, and you must protect your rights with the help of an attorney that cares about you and your future.
The firm can provide you with legal counsel to address other issues post decree, including support & custody modifications,
relocation of a parent, or other matters that will require the court's approval. If you need legal representation to assist you in the establishment of
paternity, to get an order of protection to help you avoid the threat of
domestic violence, or are seeking a
legal separation, the firm can provide you with the level of legal skill you want working for you.
Divorce Attorney Serving Ocean County
Some divorce cases in New Jersey are based upon "extreme cruelty". Although the term sounds exceptionally harsh, in fact, individuals can suffer deeply when a marriage is loveless. There is also the option of a no-fault divorce, which is the more common form of divorce; whether the action is based upon fault or is filed as a no-fault divorce, the issues in the divorce such as alimony or asset division won't be affected. Get the help you need on your divorce - from an attorney that you can trust.
Contact an Ocean County divorce attorney from the firm to discuss your case and to plan for your divorce or legal separation.
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