How to divorce will impact your insurance and benefits.

New Jersey Benefits Modification Attorneys

If you are thinking about going through a divorce or already have gone through a divorce, you need to keep in mind that your benefits and insurance may be affected. Life insurance, health insurance, pension and other types of benefits are on the table. You may need to either purchase a new insurance plans, may be able to take your ex-spouse off life insurance plans, or various other situations. Your child might be eligible for some health insurance protection as well. As you can see, each divorce case is different, so what may have happened to one couple may not apply necessarily to your situation. The best way to find out is to speak with a knowledgeable New Jersey divorce lawyer to see what legal options are available to you. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our benefit and insurance modification lawyers look thoroughly at your unique situation and guide you to the best possible result for you and your family. Reach out to one of our highly skilled NJ divorce lawyers with our 24/7 hotline at 732-773-2768 and receive a free initial consultation.

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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.

Modifying your child support obligation in New Jersey.

New Jersey Child Support Modification Lawyers

Modifications to child support can be made, even after a divorce is finalized. The needs of the children involved can change with time, like needs in shelter, schooling, food, and health care to name a few. Because needs can change, New Jersey child support laws permit parents to have modifications made to their child support. The parent can request this modification due to increase in need for the child or a change in income from either you or your ex-spouse. Once a need for child support modification has been established, one can file for the modification with the Superior Court. A judge will then make a decision about the modification and make the appropriate adjustments. This could include an increase or decrease in child support payments or even terminated due to the child being emancipated.

If you are looking to modify a child support order, or wish to fight against a modification of a child support order, the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., has a team of New Jersey child support modification attorneys ready to defend your rights. Speak with one of our experienced, professional Red Bank child support lawyers with our free initial consultation at 732-773-2768.

How to enforce your alimony award in New Jersey.

New Jersey Alimony Enforcement Attorneys

If your ex-spouse is not following the terms in your alimony agreement, then yes, your alimony can be enforced. Just like with child support enforcement, if your ex-spouse fails to make the payments to you, then the alimony agreement is eligible for enforcement. A Notice of Motion will need to be filed with the court in order to begin the enforcement of the alimony agreement. The Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., represent clients throughout the state of New Jersey and will tenaciously fight for your rights to alimony. Our exceptional, knowledgeable alimony enforcement lawyers will fight for payments to be made on time from now on and for all financial loss from lack of paying alimony payments to be paid in full. Our law firm also represents clients who may be accused of not paying alimony and may be looking at seizure of assets and wage garnishments. No matter the situation, call our offices today with our free initial consultation at 732-773-2768 to go over the specifics of your unique alimony case and to see what our Middlesex County alimony lawyers can do for you.

How to modify your alimony obligation in New Jersey.

New Jersey Alimony Modification Lawyers

Yes, your alimony can be modified as a divorce post-judgment. Some examples of where you could be eligible for alimony modification is a company you own failing, increase in the costs of living, dramatic change income or becoming disabled where it affects employment. Once modification or termination of alimony is pursued, you will need to be able to prove a substantial financial change. This is where having a seasoned, experienced New Jersey alimony modification attorney is essential. Don’t settle for sub par legal representation and risk the possible financial strain. If you are seeking alimony modification or your ex-spouse is trying to file for alimony modification, the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., will tenaciously fight for you. Our highly skilled alimony modification attorneys will analyze all possible legal options and will be aggressive in fighting for a positive result. Contact one of our law offices and speak with our New Brunswick alimony attorneys for a free initial consultation at 732-773-2768.

Is there anything I can do after my divorce has been finalized?

New Jersey Post Divorce Lawyers

Just because a divorce has reached a settlement and has been finalized, doesn’t mean the terms surrounding it are permanent. Modifications to the divorce agreement can be made, enforcement to the agreement can be utilized and other issues that may have not been addressed in the divorce agreement the first time can be brought back into mediation. Issues regarding child custody and support, alimony, and enforcing those decisions can all be brought to the attention of the court, even after a divorce is finalized. You may also be eligible to change the circumstances of your divorce arrangement if you have received a disability, been fired from your job, or you or your ex-spouse has had either an increase or decrease in income.

Regardless of the situation, the best way to make sure your rights are protected and to see all available legal options you may have, contacting a professional New Jersey post-judgment divorce attorney is in your best interest. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our decades of experience is used to help protect our client and fight for the best possible result. Talk to one of our Hudson County divorce attorneys by calling our 24/7 hotline at 732-773-2768 and receive a free initial consultation today!

How to make a change to visitation times or schedules in New Jersey.

New Jersey Visitation Modification Attorneys

Even though a divorce has been finalized, the needs of the members involved may change. This is true in terms of visitation. You or your ex-spouse may need to move out of state for a new job or your visitation hours may need to be increased or decreased due to other circumstances. Regardless of the situation, the needs of the child must be put first. To make a visitation modification, you or your ex-spouse can either create a consent order or file a motion. A consent order is doable if both parties are in mutual agreement of the changes and is an agreement that changes the existing visitation arrangement. This helps keep both parties out of court and makes the changes easy and quick. Filing a motion is sometimes needed if the change or the need for the change is contested, and the situation is brought to court. A substantial change of circumstances must then be proven and demonstrated in court.

Retaining a professional visitation modification lawyer is highly recommended when it comes to changing arrangements in parenting time. Do not let yourself risk losing precious time with your child. The Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., has offices throughout the state of New Jersey, and our team of seasoned parenting time adjustment lawyers will best represent your needs and goals. Contact our law office and speak with one of our Jersey City divorce lawyers today with our free initial consultation at 732-773-2768.

How to enforce child support in New Jersey.

New Jersey Child Support Enforcement Attorneys

While we would all like to believe that once a divorce is finalized that everything is done and over with, this is sometimes not the case if your ex-spouse is not following the terms in the agreed arrangement. One of the terms that is usually fought over and creates additional difficulty is child support and child support payments. If you find your ex-spouse is not holding up their end of the bargain and supporting your child, the child support order may need to be enforced. It is recommended that you seek legal counsel from an experienced and knowledgeable New Jersey child support enforcement lawyer to help you see if you can enforce the child support order and to help finally receive any missing child support payments.

Family courts in New Jersey are known to strongly enforce child support orders, and your ex-spouse may be incarcerated or have his or her financial assets invaded in order to pay the child support. If you are the one facing this kind of strong enforcement, your property could be seized, you could have tax refunds intercepted and even wage garnishments added to your paycheck. Whether you are looking to be defended against allegations of not paying child support, or looking to have your child support order enforced, the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., has the experience in both aspects of child support enforcement and our Monmouth County child support lawyers will fight tenaciously for you! Call our law office any time, even on nights and weekends, for a free initial consultation at 732-773-2768.

How do I know if my asset is considered marital property or separate property?

New Jersey Property Division Lawyers

If you are dealing with a divorce in New Jersey, knowing what is separate property and what is marital property is necessary. Believe it or not, not all assets and debts are considered marital property. Even assets that were received while you were married may be exempt from property division and on the other side, assets that were received before you were married, even if it has only your name on it, may actually be considered marital property. The best way to be able to determine if an asset is marital property or separate property is to obtain a seasoned New Jersey property division lawyer to help you evaluate all your assets.

A professional property division attorney will be able to determine if certain assets are marital or separate property and if it is marital property, come up with a plan of action to best protect that asset for you. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our team of tenacious, intelligent property division attorneys will educate you on all your legal options and are tough when it counts. Schedule a free initial consultation at 732-773-2768 any time, even on nights and weekends and speak with one of our Elizabeth property division lawyers.

Should I move out of the house during my divorce?

New Jersey Family Law Attorneys

When going through a divorce in New Jersey, one of the more common situations is one of the parties wanting to move out of the marital home they both share. But is this a good idea? Before you go ahead and start packing your bags, there are a few things one needs to consider before moving out of the marital home. Some of these things are the financial costs to pay for a new home or apartment, if you will be paying for two locations, and even if your children can be transported to their school. Moving out in too much of a haste can also have an impact on your alimony payments, custody of your kids and visitation times to name a few. Due to the implications to both you and your family, it is best to discuss your relocation options with a knowledgeable New Jersey divorce lawyer before any action is taken.

The Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., has multiple offices throughout New Jersey and are available to go over any concerns or questions our clients may have during their divorce case. Our tough, smart divorce attorneys are compassionate to your needs and understand how each divorce is a different, unique situation. Call us today at 732-773-2768 to receive a free initial consultation with one of our Toms River family law attorneys.