The uncontested divorce in New Jersey.

New Jersey Uncontested Divorce Lawyers

While dealing with a divorce in New Jersey may seem an emotional and financial toll on both parties, but both can be lessened dramatically if the divorce is an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is a no fault divorce that can be established if both parties are willing to communicate, be reasonable, and work with each other in determining arrangements and settlements. One of the issues that a couple seeking a no fault divorce will have to reach a fair arrangement for is child custody. Schedules of parenting time, school obligations and activities, work and transportation responsibilities all need to be addressed and planned out for your child’s needs. However, flexibility is a main aspect to keep in mind when dealing with negotiations. As time goes on, schedules change and the needs of the child changes as well. If both parties are understanding of this fact, child custody arrangements should go along smoothly.

Another issue that will be discussed during your uncontested divorce are financial arrangements. Sample financial forms and accounts that you will need to have your New Jersey divorce lawyer analyze are pensions, credit card debt, retirement accounts, mortgages, student loans, vehicles, and stocks and bonds just to name a few. Having a joint marital monthly expense budget is recommended for going forward in calculating the support obligations of the couple. Being honest and communicating clearly all the needs and concerns helps expedite the divorce process.

A New Jersey uncontested divorce attorney can help guide both parties toward a quick and successful resolution. Our professional New Jersey no fault divorce lawyers at the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., will look over all aspects of your divorce thoroughly and help in the proceedings going forward. Contact our office and speak with a Toms River divorce lawyer with our free initial consultation at 732-773-2768 today!

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