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Our team of attorneys can handle every aspect of family law–from divorce and child custody to equitable distribution of property and child support. We have taken cases all the way to the New Jersey Supreme Court for our clients. When your family faces legal challenges, we are here to support you in your time of need.


Alimony is intended to provide a dependent spouse with a level of support and standard of living generally commensurate with the quality of economic life that existed during the marriage. Both parties have the right to live that lifestyle, finances permitting.

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Child Custody and Relocation

The attorneys of Snyder Sarno D'Aniello Maceri & da Costa LLC can provide counsel and representation in matters of child custody, including those involving a parent wishing to relocate with a child outside the state of New Jersey.

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Child Support

Child support is the legal obligation of a parent to provide financial support for his or her child. Although the payment of child support affects parent-to-parent relationships, it is a fundamental principle that the right to child support belongs to the child and not to the custodial parent.

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A divorce in New Jersey may be granted based on one or more of the causes of action set forth in N.J.S.A. 2A:34-2, the most common of which are irreconcilable differences, extreme cruelty, and separation.

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Domestic Partnerships

A domestic partnership affords to individuals in a relationship certain rights and benefits, such as statutory protection against various forms of discrimination against domestic partners, certain visitation and decision-making rights in a healthcare setting, and certain tax-related benefits.

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Domestic Violence and Marital Torts

There are various remedies available to a victim of domestic violence, including but not limited to the following: obtaining exclusive possession of the residence; obtaining temporary custody of the children; obtaining financial support.

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Equitable Distribution

Equitable distribution is one of two systems used to divide property in the instance of divorce in the U.S. When property is distributed equitably, rather than equally (fifty-fifty), the judge takes into account each spouse’s current and future financial situation.

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Mediation & Arbitration

The traditional divorce process can be very timely, costly, and stressful. It is important for you to be aware of mediation, an alternative to the traditional process that is available to you and your spouse to work out the terms of your divorce.

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Prenuptial, Postnuptial and Reconciliation Agreements

A prenuptial agreement is made prior to marriage to protect individual assets and other rights during the marriage and in the event of a divorce. Postnuptial and reconciliation agreements are made during the marriage to protect individual assets and other rights in the event of a divorce.

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Property Division

Upon the entry of a Judgment of Divorce, the court equitably distributes marital assets between spouses, regardless of titled ownership. The theory of equitable distribution is that marriage is a partnership whose assets should be fairly and equitable distributed when the partnership breaks up.

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