NJ Divorce and Property or Matrimonial Settlement Agreements - When Is The Right Time to Have Them Drafted
NJ Divorce and Property or Matrimonial Settlement Agreements - When Is The Right Time to Have Them Drafted. The answer is, as soon as the parties agree to terms. If you are seeking an uncontested divorce and the parties agree on the terms of their divorce regarding child custody, child support, alimony or spousal support and equitable distribution of property, including terms for 401ks, IRAs, pensions or other retirement accounts, and distribution of the marital residence and personalty e.g. jewelry, then you can draft your property settlement agreement or matrimonial settlement agreement right away. Very often, we draft an initial agreement with the terms our client wishes and present that to the other party to get the parties moving towards settlement and to start framing the discussion as to what a settlement and its terms will look like in this particular New Jersey divorce. We will send you questions to answer regarding the terms of the divorce that you are seeking, so we can begin drafting as soon as possible. If you wish to discuss your potential divorce settlement agreement, call us for a free consultation and ask us about our flat fee divorce for your uncontested divorces. We have night appointments for your convenience as well. Our experienced NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney can help you put the terms of your divorce together as it regards child custody, child support, relocation of children to another state, alimony, alimony termination, college tuition and expenses, equitable distribution of your marital residence and other property. Call us now at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee offices. We will litigate New Jersey divorces in all of Norther and Central New Jersey, including Bergen County, Union County, Hudson County, Somerset County, Middlesex County, Mercer County and Monmouth County.