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Free Divorce Consultation in East Brunswick or Fort Lee Offices

Jul 17, 2018 @ 09:24 AM — by Michael Green

Call us today for your free divorce consultation at Green & Associates, and ask us about our flat fees for specific services at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick divorce or Fort Lee divorce offices.  

Free Divorce Consultation in East Brunswick or Fort Lee Offices

Jun 6, 2018 @ 09:39 AM — by Michael Green

Call us today for your free consultation for a New Jersey divorce in our New Jersey divorce offices in East Brunswick or Fort Lee.  Ask us about our flat fees for an uncontested divorce or annulment.  Call us now at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119!

Call us today for your NJ Divorce Free Consultation!

Feb 8, 2018 @ 02:39 PM — by Michael Green

Call us today for your NJ Divorce Free Consultation at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick divorce of Fort Lee divorce offices.  Our 20 years of litigation experience will help you with your contested or uncontested matter.  Ask us about our flat fees for uncontested divorces and postjudgment motions!

Free Divorce Consult in East Brunswick NJ Divorce Offices

Dec 12, 2017 @ 01:47 PM — by Michael Green

Call us today for your Free Divorce Consultation at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick divorce or Fort Lee divorce offices.  Ask us about our flat fees for uncontested divorces or annulments.  Twenty years litigation experience.

Thanksgiving and When You Need a Family Law, NJ Divorce Consultation

Nov 21, 2017 @ 11:48 AM — by Michael Green

With the holiday season upon us,Thanksgiving and Christmas, many reflect upon their lives and where they wish to go in the future.  Matters of family law and divorce are difficult subjects at this time of year, but they are also matters that can help you move forward with your life in a positive direction.  Call us at Green & Associates for your free family law or NJ divorce consultation today at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 and let us help you move forward in a positive way with your life.  We are here to help you in our East Brunswick and Fort Lee offices!  

Your New Jersey Divorce Explained in a Free Divorce Consultation

Oct 30, 2017 @ 11:19 AM — by Michael Green

Your New Jersey Divorce Explained in a Free Divorce Consultation

Call us today at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for your free divorce consultation.  We offer flat divorce fees and flat divorce rates for uncontested divorces and we encourage you to ask us about our flat fees for your divorce in New Jersey. 

Meet with our experienced divorce attorney with 20 years of experience for all of your divorce questions, including issues of NJ domestic violence, child custody, child relocation, college tuition and expenses, equitable distribution of assets and debts. 

Let us help you understand the process so that your divorce proceeding in the New Jersey Family Courts goes as smoothly as possible and as quickly as possible.  Save time and save money and call us now!  Green & Associates, your NJ divorce lawyers in Middlesex, Bergen, Monmouth, Somerset, Union, Essex and all other counties.

Free Divorce Consultation in East Brunswick or Fort Lee Offices

Aug 10, 2017 @ 09:52 AM — by Michael Green

Call us today at our East Brunswick divorce or Fort Lee divorce offices for a free divorce consultation with our NJ divorce lawyer about our flat fee divorce for an uncontested divorce, you'll be surprised how affordable we are!  Call us today at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 about your NJ divorce or New Jersey divorce.

Equitable Distribution of Marital Residence in a New Jersey Divorce

Nov 4, 2016 @ 01:00 PM — by Michael Green

Equitable Distribution of Marital Residence in a New Jersey Divorce. Generally, the marital residence is put up for sale upon the date of the Final Judgment of Divorce or soon thereafter, but the parties may wish to stay in the marital residence post-judgment or one of the parties may wish to stay in the house post-judgment.  If one party or the other is staying in the marital residence and continuing to pay the mortgage for both parties, then that party may wish to receive a credit for the 50% of the mortgage principal paid down on behalf of the other party. One party may ask for the marital residence to be refinanced so that they can pay off the other party's equity in the marital residence.  In such cases, an independent appraisal may be necessary to determine the equity in the marital residence.  If you have questions about the equitable distribution of your marital residence, call us at Green & Associates for a free consultation at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119.  

What to Tell Older Children in a New Jersey Divorce

Oct 31, 2016 @ 11:00 AM — by Michael Green

What to Tell Older Children in a New Jersey Divorce.  Generally, older children do better than younger children in terms of adapting to the changes that come with their parents get divorce.  However, telling the chldren is never an easy task.  Regardless, removing as much uncertainty for them as to their future is what can help them get through the process in the best manner possible.  Often, older children, those in college or out of college, are concerned about where they are going to go for the holidays when they in the past they would go home to both parents.  So, reassuring them about what will take place in the future and how holidays will be celebrated as a family in some manner can go a long way towards letting the children understand how their universe will not change completely and how their lives will go forward in a way that they can deal with.

PART II - THE UNCONTESTED DIVORCE PROCESS IN A NEW JERSEY DIVORCE

Oct 30, 2016 @ 11:00 AM — by Michael Green

CHILD SUPPORT

Child Support is determined generally in the State of New Jersey through guidelines for families earning a total combined income of $187,200.  Information on the child support guidelines may be found at the link below.

http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/rules/appndx_ix_a.pdf

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There are a number of factors that are taken into account by the guidelines but the main two are income and overnights.  The more income a party has, the more likely they will pay child support.  The more overnights a parent has, the more likely they will receive child support.  If for example, the parties have shared parenting time, an equal amount of overnights, then the party making more income may pay a small amount of child support depending on the amount of income difference between the parties and the overall income for the two parties.