Heartbroken, Upset, Confused. When it's over, it's over, Divorcing in New Jersey-Key Tips

Posted on 06-28-2015 by
Tags: Family Law , child custody , litigation , divorce , Trending News & Topics , child support , paternity , Child Custody Lawyer

Often people come into my Jersey City Office telling me why they are seeking divorces and why they should receive x or y. Most people do not realize that cheating on your spouse does not affect how assets are divided, how alimony is awarded (unless the cheating spouse starts living with the paramour), child custody and child support. You can use adultery as a cause of action but more often than not, it is more work and a hassle than filing under a more general cause of action. The days of showing the Judge proof of your spouse entering a motel are essentially over. While this is hard to swallow, it is the truth and now you must focus on how to move on. Focus on what you are seeking from the divorce and working closely with your attorney. Our practice is based on the ever growing city and economic hub of Jersey City, New Jersey. We focus on all family law and divorce law matters throughout New Jersey. Working with an attorney that is a familiar face in the local courts is only helpful in my opinion. The courts we frequently work in are in Hudson County, Essex County, Middlesex County and Bergen County. Cases range from child custody disputes, divorces, asset division, child relocation, parenting time, child support, alimony and domestic violence. If you face a family law problem in New Jersey, contact our firm today on 201-706-7910. 

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