New Jersey Divorce Lawyer and Divorce Attorney in East Brunswick and Fort Lee, call us for a free consultation for your divorce now, in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee offices at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 and ask us about our flat fees for limited uncontested divorces, default divorces. We are mediation friendly and will help you put your case through for a reasonable fee and saving you time and money.
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Divorce and Case Information Statements in New Jersey - Requiring Information on Assets, Debts and Liabilities
Divorce and Case Information Statements in New Jersey - Requiring Information on Assets, Debts and Liabilities. In divorce cases in New Jersey, parties that enter a case through the filing of a complaint for divorce or an answer and counterclaim, must file a case information statement or CIS with the Court. In the CIS, parties affirm for the Court their assets, debts and liabilities as well as their gross income for the last year and the year to date income. An individuals personal expenses including expenses for daily living and expenses related to travel, such as automobile insurance and leases or loans as well as car expenses, rent or mortgage costs, property taxes, homeowner's insurance, are all personal expenses that must be delineated in a CIS. Call our NJ divorce lawyer or NJ divorce attorney in our Fort Lee or East Brunswick offices today, at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119. Free consultations and night appointments are available.
Save time and money! If you are seeking an uncontested divorce or have a family law matter, call us and ask us about our flat fees for certain uncontested divorce and family law matters, our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney, has many years of experience and will be able to help you through the process of divorce. We offer free consultations and night appointments. Call us at Green & Associates, 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee offices for an appointment today!
Generally, a party may move out of a marital residence during the marriage and not lose their rights to the equity in the marital home. They may however lose possession or the right to stay in the marital home. The other party may for instance change the locks on the doors if the other party has made it clear that they no longer will be living in the marital home and that they have now moved out into a new residence. If you have children and you leave the marital home without the children, it may affect your rights as to being the parent of primary residence in the future, unless you immediately establish a parenting schedule and have the children stay overnights with you in some manner. These issues are discretionary for a court and make sure you obtain proper legal advice before moving out of your marital residence.
If you have been divorced and after some amount of time, you and your spouse may have payments to each other for child support, alimony and other shared expenses for the children such as work-related childcare. If you have a dispute regarding these items and the amounts paid and when they were paid, you may require a motion to be filed to resolve these issues. Such an accounting of these items can be an exhaustive process, with both parties submitting proofs that seemingly contradict each other. If you have to file such a postjudgment motion, please call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee Offices to schedule a free consultation with our NJ divorce lawyer or NJ divorce attorney, Michael S. Green. His years of experience with such motions will assist you in your filing. Call us today!
Divorce Lawyer in East Brunswick and Divorce Attorney in Fort Lee. If you are looking for an NJ divorce lawyer or NJ divorce attorney in the East Brunswick or Fort Lee areas, please call us at 7232-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation. We offer flat fees for certain services regarding an uncontested divorce, default divorce or annulment. Night appointments and weekend appointments are available.
Filing for a Divorce - What to do first? Filing a Complaint for Divorce and getting a docket number.
Filing for a Divorce - What to do first? Call Green & Associates for a free consultation to discuss your divorce case. Whether its uncontested, contested, or a mediation with a Memorandum of Understanding, call us to get started, its the first step. Upon determining how best to approach your issues of child support, child custody, alimony or spousal support and equitable distribution of property, we will file a complaint for divorce. After receiving a docket number from the court, we will serve your spouse and start the process. Our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney, Michael S. Green, can help you with your divorce today. Night and weekend appointments are available.
Divorce and Responding to Settlement Offers in a Property Settlement Agreement or Matrimonial Settlement Agreement
Divorce and Responding to Settlement Offers in a Property Settlement Agreement or Matrimonial Settlement Agreement. When responding to offers made for settlement a party must be careful to advise the other party that any offer or demand is confidential and part of settlement negotiations so that their communications do not end up in court cited in some motion as evidence of a position or agreement to a term. If you need help drafting your Property Settlement Agreement or Matrimonial Settlement Agreement in a divorce regarding the terms for child support, child custody, alimony or spousal support or equitable distribution of assets and debts, including the marital residence, retirement accounts such as a 401k or IRA or pension, please call us for a free consultation at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee office.
If you are seeking a divorce in the New Year, please ask us about our flat fees for uncontested divorces. If you believe that you will have a divorce that lends itself towards coming to an agreement upon terms within short order before litigation, this may be the best process for you. Flat fees for limited services may be applied for a divorce, annulment, a default divorce or similar matter. Call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee office to determine if flat fees for a divorce with a NJ divorce lawyer or NJ divorce attorney in New Jersey is a good fit for you.
Here at Green & Associates, your divorce and family law practice, in East Brunswick and Fort Lee, we wish everyone a Happy New Year! We are here to serve all of your needs in family law and divorce, including as divorce lawyers and family lawyers and divorce attorneys and family law attorneys, child support, custody, alimony, equitable distribution, marital agreements, domestic violence, paternity, and all other divorce and family law issues. We are serving in the surrounding area in Middlesex and Bergen counties most counties in the State of New Jersy. So, if you are looking for a NJ divorce lawyer or a NJ divorce attorney, or are looking for flat fees for certain services such as a limited uncontested divorce or default divorce or annulment,