Our Disciplined and Experienced Family Law Attorneys in Bergen County, New Jersey Secure Your Legal Future

If you and your partner reside in Bergen County and are contemplating divorce or separation, it is imperative that you speak with an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney in Bergen County as soon as possible. Family law cases in Bergen County can be deceptively complex: that is, while it may seem as if a divorce or child custody proceeding is simple enough to handle on your own, the truth is that succeeding in any family law proceeding requires knowledge of laws and local rules that can be complicated and nuanced. Failing to appreciate the complexity of these laws can lead to the waiver of important rights and decrease your likelihood of success.

Speak with Aretsky Law Group, P.C. as soon as possible about your family law case so as to best protect your rights and future. We have been assisting Bergen County residents facing a myriad of different types of family law cases for years.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bergen County Family Law Cases

Aretsky Law Group, P.C. wants to be a resource of knowledge and information for you at each critical juncture of your Bergen County family law matter. Some of the more common questions that are asked about family law matters in Bergen County include:

  • Will my family law case (divorce proceeding, child custody proceeding, etc.) be heard in Bergen County? Venue – that is, the location where it is appropriate to litigate a family law matter – is appropriate in Bergen County if you and/or your spouse or child reside in Bergen County at the time your family law case commences. If neither you nor any other party live in Bergen County, then it is likely your case will need to be filed and/or heard in another jurisdiction.
  • Can I be compensated for my attorney’s fees? Generally speaking, each party is responsible for paying for their own legal expenses. There are exceptions to this general rule, however, especially where one party has engaged in wrongdoing against the other.
  • Are emergency orders available? In New Jersey, if you and/or your child are in imminent danger or there is a chance that property or assets might be destroyed, you may be able to obtain emergency temporary orders designed to help protect you and/or your property until the court is able to afford both you and the other party an opportunity to be heard and can thereafter enter permanent orders.

Providing You with Experienced and Knowledgeable Assistance

Call Aretsky Law Group, P.C. today at (201) 580-3411 and discuss your family law dispute today.  We look forward to making a difference for you and your family.

Bergen County Office *
Aretsky Law Group, P.C.

Phone: (201) 580-3411
Fax: (201) 445-5867

Bergen County Meeting Location by Appointment Only

Aretsky Law Group, P.C.
257 E. Ridgewood Ave. #303A
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
Phone: 800-537-4154
Fax: (201) 445-5867

Bergen County Office *

Law Offices of Marcia Kuttner Werner, LLC
466 Kinderkamack Rd # 3A
Oradell, NJ 07649
Phone: (201) 972-6475

*Marcia Kuttner Werner, Esq.
Of Counsel to Aretsky Law Group, P.C.