Understanding the difference between a divorce and a legal separation.
New Jersey Legal Separation Lawyers
Depending on the circumstances you and your spouse may be facing, a legal separation may be a more suited option than a formal divorce. A legal separation doesn’t require filing a complaint with New Jersey family court and it makes it possible for the couple to reconsider and reconcile their relationship. A legal separation will require an agreement between the couple that will take to divorce related issues, like child support, custody, visitation, etc. This agreement will not be filed with the court, but will still hold both parties accountable toward the agreement. With an professional, New Jersey legal separation attorney, all the intricate details surrounding your legal separation, such as financial assets, visitation and parenting needs, can be spelled out and protected in a legal agreement. Having a battle-tested, tenacious legal separation attorney on your side is critical. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our team of tough, smart attorneys are compassionate to your needs and are aggressive in family law litigation. Schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Ocean County divorce attorneys anytime at 732-773-2768.
Posted on March 28, 2013, in Articles and tagged Divorce Process, New Jersey, New Jersey Legal Separation, Ocean County Divorce Lawyers, Save money in divorce, Settlement Discussions. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.