How are alimony, child support and custody and asset distribution handled in a contested divorce?
New Jersey Contested Divorce Lawyers
A New Jersey contested divorce makes any agreements or settlements seem time-consuming and maybe even impossible. When dealing with child custody, a schedule of parenting time as well as prime custody of the child needs to be establish. This should always be done with the child’s best interest in mind. While the child’s best interest may be viewed differently by each parent, an agreement needs to be reached in order to move forward with the divorce. If the child custody becomes more complex, there may be a need to have a mental health expert evaluate the situation. Alimony, distribution of any assets or liabilities and child support must also be delegated and distributed fairly amongst both parties. Child support must follow under the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines. With the various alimony and child support laws that one would need to consider, having a battle-tested, experienced New Jersey contested divorce lawyer is a good idea.
At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our team of aggressive New Jersey contested divorce attorneys will look at all facets of the contested divorce process and will utilize or vast knowledge in New Jersey divorce law to fight for your needs and protect your rights. If you are looking for top notch legal representation to help you through your divorce, call our law firm today and talk with one of our Bergen County divorce attorneys with our free initial consultation at 732-773-2768.
Posted on March 27, 2013, in Articles and tagged alimony, Bergen County Divorce Lawyers, Common Concerns, Divorce Attorneys in Bergen County, Divorce Process, equitable distribution, New Jersey, nj divorce lawyers, Settlement Discussions. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.