New Jersey Divorce and the Internet, NJ Divorce in the Modern Age. The law has certainly changed in the way it is practiced in New Jersey since the advent of the Internet. Divorce law and family law have changed as well. Today, many individuals can file divorce papers or motion papers in Court pro se and the courts encourage it and make it easier by posting forms online and in the clerks offices. What I have found over time is that it seems that those relatively straightforward and simple processes with the Courts as regards child support or probation department or a simple divorce may be readily handled by pro se litigants. However, I would recommend obtaining legal counsel, experienced NJ divorce attorneys or NJ divorce lawyers or NJ family attorneys or NJ family lawyers to give you legal advice as to the more difficult issues. If for example, you have a complicated divorce with a large estate, where there will be a lot to consider in equitable distribution or if there is a lot of money at stake regarding alimony, it is recommended that you obtain legal advice with a lawyer or attorney to help you with these matters. In addition, if there are issues of service, where a party is out of state or out of the country, that too, can pose problems for a pro se litigant that may require the assistance of an experienced New Jersey divorce lawyer or New Jersey divorce attorney. Call us at Green & Associates at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation and ask us about our flat fees for uncontested divorces or default divorces. We do night appointments as well for your convenience in our Fort Lee and East Brunswick offices.
Jul 19, 2016 @ 06:53 AM — by Michael Green