New Jersey Divorce and the Timing of Drafting a NJ Property Settlement Divorce Agreement or NJ Matrimonial Settlement Agreement
New Jersey Divorce and the Timing of Drafting a NJ Property Settlement Divorce Agreement or NJ Matrimonial Settlement Agreement. Ultimately, the parties to a New Jersey divorce will need to have drafted a property settlement agreement that contains all the terms of their divorce if they are not going to trial. Since, most cases in NJ Family Court settle and do not go to trial, most will settle using a divorce agreement. The terms of the agreement includes child custody, child support, alimony or spousal support and equitable distribution of assets, debts and liabilities. Generally, if the parties can come to terms soon in the litigation an agreement can be drafted right away and their case can be put through as an uncontested divorce within 3-4 months of filing the divorce complaint, sometimes even sooner depending on service of the complaint etc. If you wish to have a divorce agreement drafted, please contact our office in East Brunswick or Fort Lee at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation. Flat fees for certain services are available. Let our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney help you with your case.