Contemplating divorce is difficult.
Whether or not you are sure you want to end your marriage, it is important to learn the basics of divorce law. First, it is wise to start with legal separation to create temporary arrangements for the care, custody and financial support. If you conclude that divorce is a necessary step, it is important you seek assistance and counsel from an experienced family law attorney.
A divorce is different from legal separation and is a judicial decree by which a valid legal marriage is dissolved. With the help of our experienced NJ divorce attorney you will have a greater chance at securing favorable terms during the divorce process. From a legal standpoint, the divorce process divides a couple’s assets and debts, determines the future care and custody of their children, and gives each person the legal right to marry someone else.
Division of Property
For couples with little or no marital property, no children and no disagreement on spousal maintenance/alimony, the legal divorce proceedings can go very quickly. Most couples, however, have numerous and often contentious issues to work out during the divorce process. These issues include child custody, marital property, personal property, real estate, a family business, large or concealed debts, trusts, real property in other states, joint and separate accounts, investments, insurance, pensions and other assets. In any divorce, especially one involving complex property matters, the guidance and advocacy of an experienced family law attorney is essential.
Dealing With Divorce
Understanding the process and the feelings will help you to grieve the relationship and to grant yourself the time necessary to recover from the traumatic divorce experience. of ending a marriage. An experienced family law attorney can provide invaluable advice and support throughout the divorce process so that you can move on to the next phase of your life.
An Amicable Divorce
Brad Micklin, senior member of Micklin Law Group, is a NJ attorney specializing in complicated divorce and family law.
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