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Family Law

South Jersey Family Lawyers Family law covers a significant amount of ground, such as divorce and the ramifications of a divorce. It also covers the way couples split their assets and determines the living arrangements of the children. It also provides freedom for those looking to break away from an abusive relationship. Regardless of the circumstances, your family law case…

Divorce

Marlton Divorce Lawyers A divorce can be complicated and emotionally charged, especially if one of the spouses does not want to end the marriage. A divorce can also be complex if significant assets are involved. A divorce can occur for a variety of reasons. During a divorce, the spouses will separate and work together, through their lawyers, to reach an…

Child Custody and Parenting Time

When a married couple divorces, their children will be impacted. A divorce can be friendly, acrimonious, or somewhere in between, but the children’s needs should always be put first. State laws and the best interests of the children will help determine child custody and parenting time. Do I Have to Be Married to File for Child Custody? In New Jersey,…

Child Support and Costs

Marlton Child Support Lawyers Child support is meant strictly for expenses related to the child. Child support in New Jersey can be determined in one of two ways depending upon the combined income of the parents. If the combined after-tax income of the parents is less than or equal to $187,200 per year, then the case is determined pursuant to…

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

A Prenuptial Agreement is an agreement between spouses made in contemplation of marriage.   Prenuptial Agreements allow you to control what will happen regarding property distribution and other issues in the event that a party dies during the marriage or in the event that the parties divorce. Years ago, parties to Prenuptial Agreements were generally older, had children from a prior marriage, and…

Post-Divorce Issues

New situations can arise after a divorce causing people to seek expert Family Law assistance.  Even when the divorce is in the rear-view mirror, conflicts arise as families and circumstances change over time. It is important to seek experienced legal counsel to protect your interests when you or the other party seeks to modify court orders, Marital Settlement Agreements and…

Domestic Violence & Restraining Orders

People get divorced for many reasons, and domestic violence is among the common reasons. Domestic violence is so pervasive because it takes many forms when abuse can be physical, emotional, sexual, and financial.  We’ve included more below about domestic violence offenses, resources to protect survivors, and the different ways partner abuse can affect the outcome of divorce.  What Constitutes Domestic…

Mediation

Mediation is a process in which the parties meet with a neutral third party (the mediator) in an attempt to reach an agreement. The mediator can be an attorney or a professional experienced with handling family law issues. Mediation is a confidential process to allow both parties to discuss their differences and positions in an impartial and supervised environment. Mediation…

Collaborative Law

Collaborative Divorce is a specific process that provides couples with an alternative to divorce litigation or mediation. In order for a case to be a “fit” for the Collaborative Divorce process, the divorcing parties need to be able to look out for not only their own interests but also for the interests of their soon-to-be-ex-spouse. After the attorneys have been…