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Simple Divorce, Easy Divorce, Uncontested Divorce and Flat Fees in a New Jersey Divorce

Feb 22, 2016 @ 09:59 AM — by Michael Green

Simple Divorce, Easy Divorce, Uncontested Divorce and Flat Fees.  If you have a relatively straightforward divorce, one that you believe is simple or easy and are looking not to spend a lot of money on your divorce, there are options for you.  Call our office to discuss an uncontested divorce or divorce services for a flat fee.  If you and your spouse have your terms of divorce worked out or if there is not a lot at issue in your divorce as regards child custody, child support, alimony or spousal support and equitable distribution of assets or debts, then a simple divorce or easy divorce that is relatively simple or easy may be something that works for you. Flat fees for such an uncontested divorce may then apply.  Call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee offices to discuss your divorce today with a free consultation. 

When You Need an Attorney for A Divorce or When A Do It Yourself Divorce Center May Not Be Your Answer.

Feb 4, 2016 @ 05:35 PM — by Michael Green

When You Need an Attorney for A Divorce or When A Do It Yourself Divorce Center May Not Be Your Answer.

There have been a large number of do it yourself divorce centers that have cropped up over the years where non­attorneys essentially give you a packet of papers to file yourself in the case of a divorce. Alternatively, you can download documents from the Internet to try a do it yourself divorce. For a divorce where there are no assets or children or alimony at issue, this may work fine for some, but generally, if you have things at issue, you will likely be better served with the advice of an attorney in your divorce, even if you think it is a simple divorce or easy divorce, or even if the parties are amicable about the terms of the divorce. Drafting the terms of your divorce into a property or matrimonial settlement agreement is the heart and soul of any divorce that has to anticipate all kinds of things that could possibly go wrong.

When Divorce with an Online Service or Packet Provider Probably Does Not Serve You Best

Jan 26, 2016 @ 12:24 PM — by Michael Green

When Divorce with an Online Service or Packet Provider Probably Does Not Serve You Best.  

If you are looking for a so-called easy divorce or simple divorce or flat fee divorce or a do it yourself divorce, there are plenty of services by non-lawyers out there that advertise a low cost divorce, but you may not be well served by these services if you require a property settlement agreement or matrimonial settlement agreement with terms for a divorce that includes child custody, child support, alimony or spousal support, or equitable distribution of assets or debt.  In my practice, I have seen it time and again, where parties come to me AFTER they have been divorced using a do it yourself service and their agreements and the terms of their divorce are drafted horribly or in a manner that after the divorce causes tremendous problems for everyone involved. 

Simple Divorce or Easy Divorce - Is there such a thing?

Jan 14, 2016 @ 12:05 PM — by Michael Green

Simple Divorce or Easy Divorce - Is there such a thing?  If you are amicable with your partner and the two of you have agreed upon the terms of a divorce, you may be able to do either a default or uncontested divorce with or without a property settlement agreement, depending on whether or not you have assets and debts to distribute, children or alimony to be paid.  If you have questions as to whether or not you may seek such a divorce, call our NJ divorce lawyer and NJ divorce attorney, Michael S. Green,  for a free consultation at 732-390-0480 in our East Brunswick office or at 201-242-1119 in our Fort Lee office.  Ask us about our flat fees for a default divorce or limited uncontested divorce.

Planning for an Amicable Divorce or Uncontested Divorce, How Flat Fees for a Limited Uncontested Divorce May Help You Save Time and Money

Nov 26, 2014 @ 04:18 PM — by Michael Green

If you are planning for an amicable divorce with or without mediation, you may wish to consider a limited uncontested divorce. All of your terms of divorce will be memorialized in a Property Settlement Agreement or Matrimonial Settlement Agreement, and provided you may agree on terms for your divorce within the first three to four months of filing your complaint for divorce, you may have a limited uncontested divorce. At Green & Associates, we can help you with the filing of your complaint for divorce and the drafting of your Property Settlement Agreement or Matrimonial Settlement Agreement. In addition, for an uncontested divorce Green & Associates generally offers a flat fee for these services. Please call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119, to schedule a free consultation. You may make an appointment at either of our two offices serving Middlesex, Bergen, Monmouth, Somerset, Union, Hudson and Mercer counties. Our offices are located in East Brunswick and Fort Lee.

Uncontested Divorce, Divorce Mediation, Default Divorce, Flat Fees and What You Need to Know

Nov 30, 2013 @ 03:46 PM — by Michael Green

An uncontested divorce can be put through the Courts generally when the parties have agreed upon the terms of a divorce. A party can contest the terms of a divorce but generally cannot prevent the divorce itself if the other party wishes to go forward with a divorce. If the parties agree upon the terms of a divorce generally the terms are drafted into the form of a matrimonial or property settlement agreement. The MSA or PSA will contain all the terms of your divorce which may include terms about alimony, child custody, child support, equitable distribution of property, division of retirement accounts and debt of the parties. Other terms include how taxes will be paid, extracurricular costs or expenses for the children, college tuition and expenses, credit card debt payment, car loans or lease payments, payment of mortgages or refinancing of mortgages of marital property.

 

 

When Can You Have An Uncontested Divorce or Default Divorce - East Brunswick and Fort Lee

Nov 4, 2013 @ 08:07 PM — by Michael Green

An uncontested divorce can be put through the Courts generally when the parties have agreed upon the terms of a divorce.  A party can contest the terms of a divorce but generally cannot prevent the divorce itself if the other party wishes to go forward with a divorce.  If the parties agree upon the terms of a divorce generally the terms are drafted into the form of a matrimonial or property settlement agreement.  The MSA or PSA will contain all the terms of your divorce which may include terms about alimony, child custody, child support, equitable distribution of property, division of retirement accounts and debt of the parties.  

At Green & Associates, we will draft a Property Settlement Agreement for you in an uncontested divorce or default divorce.  Ask us about our flat fees for an uncontested divorce or default divorce and how we can you save you time and money in the process.