Divorce Attorneys in Lakewood New Jersey
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Lakewood, New Jersey residents in need of a divorce will need to file their petitions for divorce in the Ocean County courthouse located at 118 Washington Street, Toms River, New Jersey. Filing the petition, though, only initiates divorce proceedings. Depending on the relationship between you and your spouse and the circumstances of your relationship (i.e., whether you have children in common, own businesses, or have other valuable assets and property). Trust Aretsky Law Group, P.C. to help you successfully navigate the various stages of the divorce process and to help you at every step and juncture.
Frequently Asked Questions About Lakewood Divorces
Surprisingly, even though divorce proceedings occur with great regularity in Lakewood and throughout Ocean County many individuals are still not familiar with even the basic legal principles governing divorce proceedings. At Aretsky Law Group, P.C., we take time to answer our clients’ questions, including:
- Does my spouse get half of my things? The Ocean County judge hearing your case need not divide everything you and your spouse acquired during your marriage equally. Instead, the court identifies what property qualifies as “marital property” under the law and then divides such property in a “fair and equitable” way.
- Will the court make me sell my business? A business can be a valuable marital asset, but this does not mean a court will order the business to be sold or divided equally in half. A court has other options available as part of the property division function of the court – for example, a court may give control and interest in the business but give the other spouse an equally valuable combination of property in return.
- What happens if my spouse and I can’t agree on custody and visitation? If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse cannot agree on the issues of child custody, visitation, and/or child support, the court will enter such orders according to what it believes to be the best interest of your child.
Do Not Let Yourself Be Confused or Confounded by a Lakewood Divorce Proceeding
No matter your divorce-related question, Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is able to provide you with quick and knowledgeable responses to your Lakewood divorce-related proceedings. Not only can we provide you with answers and advice, but we can also use our knowledge and resources to represent you throughout your own divorce proceeding and help guide you to making those decisions that will most positively impact you going forward.
Call Aretsky Law Group, P.C. at 1-800-537-4154 number or email Mr. Aretsky at Eric@aretskylawgroup.com
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