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Mercer County Divorce Lawyer
Experienced Family Lawyers Dedicated to Helping Clients Through Difficult Divorces in Mercer County, New Jersey
Deciding to divorce your spouse is likely one of the more difficult decisions that you will have to make in life. You are likely worried about your children, your assets and your financial future as you enter into this difficult period in life. Whether your relationship with your spouse is friendly or combative, divorce presents complications that often cause emotions to run high even if you both agree that divorce is the right path forward. You need a Hamilton, New Jersey family lawyer who is both knowledgeable and compassionate on your side to help ensure that your family’s future is protected.
At the Davis Law Firm, LLC, we know that divorce is difficult, but also understand that it opens up the possibility of a new chapter in your life that can be both bright and successful. We are experienced in handling all types of divorce cases, from the simple and relatively amicable to the hotly contested. We are skilled in developing creative and innovative solutions that can help provide solutions to the complicated problems that divorce invariably generates. Our family lawyers serve clients throughout New Jersey and Mercer County, including clients considering divorce in Hamilton and Trenton.
Issues and Complications in New Jersey Divorce Cases
For those who are contemplating divorce in Mercer County, a variety of issues will need to be addressed and will depend upon the individual circumstances that are present in the case. The family lawyers at the Davis Law Firm, LLC, can help clients negotiate favorable divorce settlement agreements that address:
- Child custody issues. Child custody and parenting time issues are often some of the more contested aspects of a divorce case. We can help reach an agreement that is in the best interests of your child, and takes all facets of your lifestyle into consideration.
- Child support. All parents have a legal duty to contribute to the financial support of their children, and we can help find an arrangement that works for you over time.
- Spousal support and alimony. The tax rules governing alimony have recently changed, adding complications to this issue. Our lawyers are knowledgeable as to how tax reform has impacted the determination of alimony and spousal support, and can factor those changes into any agreement.
- Marital asset division. Both a couple’s assets and liabilities will need to be divided in the divorce process, and we can help you evaluate your goals to reach a settlement agreement that is fair and advantageous.
Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, these issues must be resolved in most divorce cases. Our team of family lawyers and support staff will advocate on your behalf throughout the entire divorce process to make sure your rights and future are protected.
The Davis Law Firm, LLC Provides Compassionate Advice Through All Phases of Divorce in Trenton, New Jersey
At the Davis Law Firm, LLC, we take the time to get to know our clients personally so that we can formulate creative and personalized solutions that will best accomplish their goals for the future. Although divorce is common, there is no one-size-fits all approach to a divorce case. We strive to reach an agreement that can avoid the time, expense and emotional trauma of litigating issues relating to divorce in family court. In many cases, we can resolve contested issues through the mediation process, where a neutral third party hears each party’s case and makes suggestions as to how the issues could be resolved.
Other parties prefer the more binding approach of arbitration, where the neutral third party’s resolution of the case is binding on all parties. Where mediation or arbitration are unsuccessful or undesirable, our experienced divorce lawyers will vigorously advocate on your behalf in New Jersey’s family court system.
Schedule a Free Consultation With a Skilled Hamilton Divorce Lawyer Today
When approaching divorce, you need a divorce lawyer who you can trust by your side to both advocate on your behalf and provide compassionate advice throughout the entire divorce process. Call our offices or fill out this secure online form, to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced family law attorneys today. Our offices are conveniently located at 2653 Nottingham Way, Hamilton, NJ 08619.
FAQ: How can a prenuptial agreement impact my divorce case in Trenton? The impact of a prenuptial agreement will depend upon the specific contents of the agreement itself. Prenuptial agreements can govern the final disposition of all assets and can also specify one party’s rights to alimony or spousal support. Most prenuptial agreements will be enforceable, but in some cases, we can argue to have the agreement disregarded if your rights were violated when the agreement was signed. New Jersey law requires that both parties to the prenuptial agreement fully disclose all of their assets and retain independent legal counsel before executing the agreement. The prenuptial agreement must also be voluntarily entered into in order to be enforceable in New Jersey.
FAQ: I’m considering divorce in New Jersey. What should I consider before filing? Before filing for divorce, you should consider the reality of the situation—your assets will be divided between you and your spouse, and there is a possibility that you will not be able to keep your family home. Asset division depends upon the circumstances of the case, but you should begin to evaluate which assets are most important to you, and which you might be willing to part with in negotiations. Your parenting time with your children will also likely be divided, so you should similarly begin to consider whether there are any times of the year that you would most like to be with your children—keeping in mind that, in some cases, the child’s other parent will have fairly equal time with the child. Gathering financial documents and other information can also help smooth the divorce process—this includes paystubs, retirement account statements, bank statements and other documentation relating to financial investments and property ownership.