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!
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Did you know that there are seasonal changes with when married couples re-evaluate their relationships and decide to get a divorce. Big Holidays, Chistmas, Thanksgiving, Valentines Day, generally not when people choose to go for a divorce, but soon thereafter, there is an uptick in the numbers that choose to get a divorce. Often, when summer is approaching, married couples think about divorce as well. People it seems decide to pull the trigger when they know they will be able to go out and meet someone else or to just move on. With summer approaching, it may be a time where people think they can be outside, do things, to get beyond the divorce and move on. If you are thinking about a divorce and looking for a free consultation, call us at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 in our East Brunswick or Fort Lee offices for your consultation by an NJ divorce lawyer or NJ divorce attorney now.
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.
Getting A Divorce in New Jersey - Seeking Flat Fee in an Uncontested Divorce with a Divorce Attorney or Divorce Lawyer
Getting A Divorce in New Jersey - Seeking Flat Payment in an Uncontested Divorce with a Divorce Attorney or Divorce Lawyer. If you are, you may want to give us a call, we have free consultations and are available nights and weekends. We concentrate in divorce and family law matters. We offer flat fees for limited uncontested divorces, annulments, default divorces and other services. In addition, if you don't know where your spouse is located and you need to file a motion for publication, give us a call, we have done many, many cases of divorces where the other spouse cannot be located or they are in a foreign country. We will help you file a divorce complaint and get divorced in those odd situations where the other party has not been seen for many years and you only have a last known address for them.
Michael S. Green of Green & Associates, LLC recently appeared on the Voice of Real Estate with Debbie Lang and commented on how divorce affects real estate for parties seeking a divorce. Find his podcast and listen to him at the below link:
If you want a free consultation regarding your divorce, please call Green & Associates at our East Brunswick or Fort Lee offices at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119. We are available at night and weekends for your appointments.
Divorce Mediation may be considered by parties that are relatively amicable and wish to try an alternative to a litigated divorce. They may not wish to pay the expensive litigation costs of a divorce that is fought out in the court system and seek a method for divorce that will not cost them a lot of money and will not cause them undue or unnecessary fighting and conflict. Generally, after a mediation an MOU or Memorandum of Understanding is drafted by the mediator and serves as the framework for the terms of any divorce. However, the mediator as an objective party may not file the divorce for the parties and the MOU must still be converted into a legally enforceable document generally known as the Property Settlement Agreement or Matrimonial Settlement Agreement. The MOU is only an agreement to agree. At Green & Associates, we often put through divorces that have been mediated and draft the PSA or MSA for the parties.
When seeking a modification of child custody there are a number of issues to consider. If the parties cannot agree on a change of custody, a motion with the court must be filed and very often a best interests analysis must be obtained. The court will often order a plenary hearing, a mini-trial where evidence is presented and testimony is taken of the parties, witnesses and experts.
The court may wish to rely on an expert that is a joint expert or each party may obtain their own expert to render a report and testify as to what is in the best interests of the children as regards custody by the parties.
Custody today is generally an issue between one parent being the parent of primary custody or the parents sharing physical custody. Often it is helpful to look at two weeks and 14 overnights to determine how much parenting time each parent will have. If both parties have 7 overnights per two weeks, that is essentially shared physical custody.