South Brunswick Divorce

In Middlesex County, New Jersey recently as being one of the “Best Places to Live” in the United States. Over 45,000 residents and 10,000 families consider the city an ideal place to reside and to raise a family.

But with almost 1 out of every 2 marriages ending in divorce, even the best town cannot prevent a breakup. Sometimes problems occur and the legal counsel and services of a divorce lawyer are needed.

Understanding the Process

There are specific criteria to be met for a marriage dissolution in New Jersey. At least one of the partners must have been a resident in the state for at least a year. Couples can be granted a divorce if the court decides there are irreconcilable differences between the partners that cannot be resolved.

A partner can also file for divorce if the couple has been living apart for at least 18 months and on other grounds for fault such as:

  • Desertion for longer than one year
  • Imprisonment for 18 months or more
  • Deviant sexual conduct
  • Drug or alcohol abuse
  • Adultery

Initiating the proceedings can occur in the county in which either partner resides. The court has guidelines for division of matrimonial property, and for alimony payments. Working through the legal process requires the professional guidance of an experienced attorney.

Need for Lawyer’s Help with Child Custody and Support

If a minor child is involved, family courts encourage both parents to be involved in custody, considering this to be in the best interests of the child. Many factors determine child custody and support arrangements. To protect the interests of children while maintaining a good personal position definitely requires the assistance of a law firm experienced in handling such cases.

South Brunswick Attorneys

Residents can rely on the legal skills and knowledge of the attorneys at Goldstein Law Group. Our law firm focuses on divorce and family law and provides the guidance needed to work through marriage dissolution or separation, and issues of child custody and support.

Meeting with one of the lawyers for a free initial consultation is easy, as they have offices in both Old Bridge and in Freeport only a 30-minute drive away from South Brunswick. You can find the first one at 14 Woodward Drive Old Bridge, NJ 08857 (phone: 732-967-6777), and the second one at 64 West Main Street Freehold, NJ 07728 (phone: 732-967-6777).

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