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Settling a New Jersey Divorce Case When It Appears Hopeless Due to Child Custody Issues

Sep 30, 2016 @ 09:02 AM — by Michael Green

Settling a New Jersey Divorce Case When It Appears Hopeless Due to Child Custody Issues.  Very often, specific issues in a NJ divorce matter may keep the parties from settling, sometimes, if you separate out that particular issue and focus on all the other issues, you can bring yourself closer to settlement.  An example, a NJ divorce that is bogged down because of custody and parenting time issues may be easier settled by an New Jersey divorce lawyer if the parties first focus on all of the economic issues and get those out of the way.  After a NJ divorce attorney settles issues of alimony and equitable distribution, the parties can then look at custody and parenting time without being burdened with the other issues, this sometimes makes one or the other party more reasonable as regards the child custody and parenting time issues as they feel the other party has acted fairly with them to settle the other issues. 

New Jersey Divorce - Fall Is Upon Us - East Brunswick Divorce and Fort Lee Divorce and Family Law Offices

Sep 27, 2016 @ 09:30 AM — by Michael Green

New Jersey Divorce - Fall Is Upon Us - East Brunswick Divorce and Fort Lee Divorce and Family Law Offices. If you are jumping out of summer and into fall in terms of your relationships and family life and need some advice, call us now at Green Associates for your free consultation as to default divorces, flat fee divorces, uncontested divorces, or litigated divorces i.e. contested divorces. If you have a postjudgment issue after divorce, such as a modification of child support, child custody or alimony, our NJ divorce attorney and NJ divorce lawyer can help you with that as well. Call us now in our East Brunswick divorce and New Jersey family law office or our Fort Lee divorce and New Jersey family law office at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for your free consultation.

New Jersey Divorce and PostJudgment Motions for Modification of Alimony or Child Support or Child Custody

Sep 26, 2016 @ 03:28 PM — by Michael Green

New Jersey Divorce and PostJudgment Motions for Modification of Alimony or Child Support  or Child Custody.  After a NJ Divorce, one or the other party may seek a modification of alimony or child support based on a substantial change in circumstances.  A substantial change in circumstance might include the loss or change of employment, the decrease or increase in one or the other parties income, a good faith reason for relocation out of the State of New Jersey for a job or to be by family, a change in the amount or the actual times that a party works and where they work etc.  If a party wishes to modify they generally have to file a motion, unless the other party consents to what they are seeking in terms of relief or a change in the terms of any prior Property or Matrimonial Settlement Agreement, previously filed with the NJ Family Court.

NJ Divorce When Dealing with Foreign Defendants

Sep 23, 2016 @ 10:44 AM — by Michael Green

NJ Divorce When Dealing with Foreign Defendants.  Often in today's times, Defendants in a New Jersey Divorce live outside the United States, what does that mean in terms of accomplishing a divorce in New Jersey.  Generally, the main issue is service of process, serving in a way that is granted by the Court the Defendant the summons and complaint for divorce and any other documents necessary in the future of the litigation e.g. Notice of Proposed Judgment (if you are seeking child custody, child support, alimony or equitable distribution of assets or debts).  If you are only seeking a divorce, then service of the summons and complaint is what is necessary and if personal service cannot be accomplished then a Motion for Substituted Service or Service by Publication in a local newspaper, where the Defendant's last known address is, may be necessary. 

New Jersey Divorce and Settlement of Debt

Sep 21, 2016 @ 08:22 AM — by Michael Green

New Jersey Divorce and Settlement of Debt.  Often after parties have settled their NJ divorce, they have issues as to how they are going to pay off the debt that they are distributing.  As to credit cards, there may be joint credit cards or credit cards in individual names that have marital debt as a component of the outstanding balance.  One way to distribute this debt for payment is to assign each of the parties to the NJ divorce specific credit cards for them to pay off, that way, neither party has to directly interact with the other when a payment has to be made.  If you have marital debt and are unsure as to how you will distribute this debt in a matrimonial settlement agreement or property settlement agreement, call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation with our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney in our East Brunswick, New Jersey or Fort Lee, New Jersey offices.  

NJ Uncontested Divorce

Sep 19, 2016 @ 06:45 PM — by Michael Green

NJ Uncontested Divorce.  If you and your spouse are amicable about your divorce, you may seek in New Jersey an uncontested divorce.  You may have an agreement drafted which will include all the terms of your divorce, including child support, child custody, equitable distribution of assets and debts and alimony or spousal support.  Upon your agreeing to these terms you may go forward with the uncontested divorce.  Call us today about your uncontested NJ divorce in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee offices at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation.  We offer flat fees for limited uncontested divorces and we encourage you to ask us about that in your free consultation.

New Jersey Divorce and NJ Divorce Trial - The Process in the NJ Family Courts

Sep 15, 2016 @ 08:34 AM — by Michael Green

New Jersey Divorce and NJ Divorce Trial - The Process in the NJ Family Courts.  If the parties to a New Jersey Divorce have not settled their case after case management conferences, production of discovery, early settlement panel, economic mediation and intensive settlement conference with a Judge, generally, the will have to go to trial on outstanding issues that they have not settled or agreed to.  In those instances, in a New Jersey Family Court, generally, the parties have to submit trial briefs to the NJ Family Court Judge, with the exhibits they plan to use at trial and a witness list of any witnesses they plan to call at trial.  The Trial Briefs will brief the arguments the parties plan to make at a divorce trial and the relief they are requesting of the Court.  The NJ statutory or case law that applies will also be outlined for the Court. 

New Jersey Divorce and the Timing of Drafting a NJ Property Settlement Divorce Agreement or NJ Matrimonial Settlement Agreement

Sep 13, 2016 @ 03:42 PM — by Michael Green

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. 

New Jersey Divorce and Rules for Service of Divorce Complaints

Sep 12, 2016 @ 10:48 AM — by Michael Green

Serving a divorce complaint in a NJ divorce, generally requires service of a summons and complaint pursuant to the New Jersey Court Rules, if you have to serve a summons and complaint in your divorce, call our office in East Brunswick or Fort Lee at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free divorce consultation.  Our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney will assist you with your case and the service of your summons and complaint on the defendant in your case. The service of process, generally means the service of your summons and complaint, so that the the other side has due process and is on notice of your action.  Without proof of this service, the Court will not allow the proceeding to go forward as the other side is not on notice properly of the action that you are taking in court against them.

In a New Jersey Divorce, the following NJ Court Rules apply for service of a summons and complaint: 

New Jersey Simple Divorce or NJ Easy Divorce

Sep 11, 2016 @ 01:56 PM — by Michael Green

New Jersey Simple Divorce or NJ Easy Divorce or NJ Uncontested Divorce - What's The Process.  If you and your spouse are amicable about your divorce and have or will agree upon your terms of child custody, child support, alimony or spousal support and equitable distribution of property, generally, your divorce can be a relatively simple and painless process.  At Green & Associates, we seek to save you time and money through an uncontested divorce process from the start, often a default divorce may be obtained with an executed Property Settlement Agreement or Matrimonial Settlement Agreement or if both parties have filed, then an uncontested may be put through as well. Call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation with our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney, we offer flat fees for limited uncontested divorces and default divorces