Experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer: Why You Need One.

Oct 01, 2021

Divorces aren’t easy and they aren’t something most couples plan. Even if there is a plan in place (prenuptial agreement or postnuptial agreement), there are probably many more issues that need to be addressed. These issues are especially hard to sort through when tensions are high and both parties are experiencing emotions they’ve never felt before. You may also have a job, children to take care of, parents to take care of, and the list goes on. There may be so much on your plate, to begin with, and you may feel like it will be impossible to make it through a divorce. It’s not impossible. Having an experienced New Jersey divorce lawyer, such as the ones in our firm, can guide you through this rocky time, making it as smooth of a transition as possible. Some of the following questions may be running through your mind:

How Do I Even File for Divorce?

Divorces can be extremely complex, time-consuming, and confusing. Our experienced New Jersey divorce lawyers deal with these complex issues every day. We know your rights, the deadlines you need to meet, the exact paperwork that needs to be filled out, the information you must provide, and where the information needs to go.

What If We Share Assets?

Most couples share homes, bank accounts, and cars. How do you properly determine who gets to keep these items? What if you are the sole owner of a property? What if you came into the marriage with items of your own? These are all complicated issues, and it may not be as easy as you think to determine which assets and how much of each asset you are entitled to receive. Our experienced divorce lawyers can sort through all these properties, items, and agreements to determine the right course of action for you.

Will I Get Alimony?

If your spouse makes significantly more money than you, he or she may have to pay you alimony. Trying to determine how much alimony needs to be paid requires you to gather and sort through a great amount of financial information. Our experienced divorce lawyers can assist you in determining if alimony is necessary and how much you may receive.

What If We Share Children?

Many divorcing couples have minor children. It is normal to be concerned about who is going to make the decisions in your child’s life, how much time the child is going to spend with each parent, who will pay child support, and how much child support you can receive. It is often tough to relay to your spouse and the court your exact feelings on these very complex issues. Our experienced divorce lawyers can assist you in obtaining child support.

With the support of our experienced New Jersey divorce lawyer, all of these issues can be addressed, and the right course of action can be taken. Although divorces are overwhelming, our attorneys are trained and knowledgeable in these areas.

If you have any questions regarding your New Jersey divorce, please contact the skilled and experienced matrimonial attorneys at Sarno da Costa D’Aniello Maceri LLC.  Call us today at (973) 274-5200.