With Spring just a short month away, you may wish to start things anew! Call us at Green & Associates for a free consultation and see if our NJ divorce lawyer can help you with your New Jersey divorce, regarding any issues concerning child custody, child support, alimony and equitable distribution. Call us now at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation in our Fort Lee or East Brunswick offices.
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If you are seeking to file or amend a complaint for a New Jersey divorce and are looking for a NJ divorce lawyer, call us at Green & Associates at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee offices for a free consultation. We can help you today!
NJ Divorce after Valentine's Day, Find Your NJ Divorce Lawyer Here
So, maybe Valentine's has come and pass again, and you have finally made the decision to turn over a new leaf, give us a call at Green & Associates, we offer free consultations for all your divorce or family law needs, our experienced NJ divorce lawyer can help you today.
Call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation and ask us about our flat rate divorce or flat fee divorce for uncontested divorces and default divorces. Our convenient East Brunswick and Fort Lee offices give you a range of choice for your NJ Divorce.
Whether Arbitration is a Good Choice for Your New Jersey Divorce
If you have a New Jersey divorce case that is unresolved, contested and heading to trial, but, you are in a county in New Jersey where getting a trial Judge could take years, arbitration may be an option you want to consider.
Call us at Green & Associates to discuss the option of arbitration in a contested divorce matter at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation with our NJ divorce lawyer in our East Brunswick divorce and Fort Lee divorce offices.
NJ Divorce Lawyer and Free Consultation for a New Jersey Divorce
If you are searching for an NJ divorce lawyer and a free divorce consultation, search no further, at Green & Associates, our experienced NJ divorce lawyer will answer all your questions regarding a New Jersey divorce, just call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free divorce consultation in our East Brunswick divorce or Fort Lee divorce offices.
We have experience in all aspects of a New Jersey divorce, including child custody, child support, alimony or spousal support and equitable distribution of assets, debts and liabilities.
Whether you are looking for an uncontested divorce or have to fight for your rights and litigate including a trial for custody or divorce or postjudment motions for termination of alimony or a change of custody, our NJ divorce offices can help you today!
NJ Arbitration and Family Law and Divorce in New Jersey
Rules changes were adopted as of September 1, 2016, for alternate dispute resolution and complimentary dispute resolution. Collaborative divorce, mediation, and arbitration all have elements of alternative dispute resolution and complimentary dispute resolution. In the divorce process there is mediation for child custody and parenting time and economic mediation, there is also the Early Settlement Panel. At Early Settlement Panel, in a New Jersey Divorce, parties meet with a panel of two attorneys that review their settlement offers and generally tell the parties what a Court would likely do with that case in terms of a decision after a trial.
Arbitration requires that an arbitrator makes a decision that is generally binding. Whereas mediation, a mediator tries to get parties to agree to terms that are not binding on the parties.
In 2014, the State of New Jersey amended its alimony statute that made more clear when alimony may be modified or terminated. As a result, alimony modification and termination motions made postjudgment have become more frequent and the New Jersey State Family Courts have in turn created a more defined process as to how they will deal with them. It is likely that any postjugment motion will be pushed to a plenary hearing, a mini-trial of sorts where the parties present evidence and give testimony.
If you have questions regarding alimony termination or modification, from the obligor or obligee perspective, please call Green & Associates at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 to speak with our experienced NJ divorce lawyer. We offer free consultations and appointments at night and on weekends for your convenience in our two offices in East Brunswick and Fort Lee.
Prior to the plenary hearing, the parties will engage in discovery that has been scheduled by the Court.
NJ Divorce Lawyer and NJ Divorce Free Consultation
If you are looking for an NJ Divorce Lawyer with great experience in all aspects of an NJ Divorce and wish to have a free consultation before commiting to any services, call us at Green & Associates, at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick divorce or Fort Lee divorce offices. We offer a free consultation and weekend and night appointments for the convenience of our clients.
Our NJ divorce lawyer has experience in matters concerning child custody, child support, spousal support or alimony and equitable distribution, including the distribution of retirement assets such as 401ks, IRAs and pensions. In addition, we offer flat rate divorce and flat fee divorce legal fees for uncontested divorce and default divorce.
Fort Lee Divorce Lawyer and Leonia Divorce Lawyer for NJ Divorce
If you are looking for a Fort Lee Divorce Lawyer for your Fort Lee Divorce or a Leonia Divorce Lawyer for your Leonia Divorce, call us at Green & Associates at 201-242-1119 for a free consultation regarding your issues of child support, child custody, alimony and equitable distribution.
We offer free divorce consultations and flat rate divorce and flat fee divorce for uncontested divorce and default divorce. Our experienced NJ Divorce Lawyer will be able to help you and night and weekend appointments are available. Call us now!
Medicaid Divorce and a Guardian Ad Litem, What You Need to Know
Unfortunately, in today's world, too often, the elderly are faced with the stark reality, that all of their assets may be taken by the stay of a loved one in a facility if they have Alzheimer's or dementia or a long term illness. Practically all of your assets as a married couple have to be paid to the facility before that party will become Medicaid eligible.
Granted it is a difficult one to come to face, but a Medicaid Divorce is perhaps your only solution to preserving what a married couple has built up over the years in assets for the party that will be left behind and will have to survive without the other party. Call us at Green & Associates to help with your Medicaid Divorce at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 and our NJ divorce lawyer will help you now!