Old Bridge Divorce

Child Custody

In Old Bridge, estranged parents are encouraged to put aside their differences and work together for the child’s best interests. An attorney from our law firm can help in achieving the best possible outcome for the child, through negotiation and mediation. However, results are not typical because each situation provides unique challenges.

If negotiations break down, the judge will make a custody decision. This will be based on the parent’s ability to provide the best home for the child. Our child custody attorneys offer representation at all stages of a child custody dispute to work towards the fairest possible outcome for you and your child.

Child Support

Under the NJ Child Support Guidelines, the circumstances of both the custodial and noncustodial parents are considered, as well as the child’s needs while determining the appropriate child support to be paid. Whether you are the parent making the payments or receiving them, our child support attorneys ensure that the arrangement is fair to both parties.

There are also provisions in the law for a parent who wants to modify a child support order. We have been able to accomplish this in the past by proving beyond doubt that circumstances of the parties involved are no longer the same as when the original order was implemented.

Property Division

After child custody disputes, property division is often the most hotly contested issue between couples seeking marriage dissolution. It is essential to have an experienced attorney focused on this aspect of a divorce process. Our attorneys can help protect your claim to what is rightfully yours.

If the two parties cannot reach an agreement, property division will be ordered based on equitable distribution. Equitable distribution does not simply mean equal shares, but instead depends on many factors such as matrimonial assets and debts, length of marriage, standard of living and contributions by each spouse.

Middlesex Superior Court

If you have already decided on filing a divorce, and have exhausted all other avenues of coming to an agreement, then you may need to have your case heard in the Superior Court in Middlesex County. Make sure you are accompanied by a qualified and competent divorce attorney, such as ours, to provide legal representation and counsel.

The Family Division at Middlesex County Superior Court hears cases in 11 different areas, such as dissolution and non-dissolution, domestic violence, family crisis, child neglect and abuse, child placement, termination of parental rights, legal and kinship adoption and guardianship.

Find the Right Law Firm

Divorce is always sad, but at such a time, the services and guidance of a law firm like Goldstein Law Group can prove invaluable. Contact our law offices in Old Bridge and set up a free consultation. Our team of legal professionals will analyze your case and discuss the legal avenues available to you.

Whatever your divorce situation we can help. You will find us at 14 Woodward Drive in Old Bridge, phone (732) 967-6777.

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