Experienced and Dedicated Divorce Attorneys in Monmouth County, New Jersey

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Monmouth County, New Jersey – home to over 600,000 residents – sees its fair share of divorces in any given year. Some of these divorce proceedings are amicable in that the parties both agree that a dissolution of their marriage is appropriate and in everyone’s best interest; other proceedings are bitter and full of animosity as one spouse attempts to gain some advantage over the other spouse. Every divorce, however, can have a lasting impact on how the spouses relate to one another and to their children as well as how easily each spouse is able to begin to live independent of one another following the divorce.

Assistance with Your Divorce and Divorce-Related Proceedings in Monmouth County

The assistance of an experienced and knowledgeable Monmouth County divorce lawyer from Aretsky Law Group, P.C. can provide divorcing parties in Monmouth County with advice and representation throughout the divorce proceeding and other related proceedings, such as:

  • Division of property: The Monmouth County family law judge assigned to hear your divorce case has an obligation to divide the marital assets in the possession of you and your spouse in a “fair and equitable manner.” The property and assets that are awarded to you can impact your financial stability in the short (and, potentially, long) term.
  • Child custody, visitation, and child support: If you and your spouse have minor children in common, a court is obligated to not only enter orders regarding who will receive primary physical custody of the child but also what visitation rights the non-residential parent will enjoy and the amount of child support the non-residential parent will need to pay. The amount of child support that will be ordered is based upon the income of the parties, so it is essential that correct figures are used when calculating child support.
  • Alimony: One spouse or the other may request that the other party pay him or her a specific sum of money (either in a lump sum payment or in periodic payments) to assist the payee in reestablishing him- or herself following a divorce. Any sum of money so ordered is termed alimony. The availability of alimony in any given case depends on several factors, so it is important that someone carefully examine your situation and circumstances to determine whether alimony is appropriate and, if so, in what amount.

Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is Your Monmouth County Divorce Law Firm

Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is a Monmouth County divorce law firm with several convenient locations throughout New Jersey to best serve you. While divorce proceedings can be emotionally trying and confusing, Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is committed to helping ease as much stress as possible through informative, helpful advice and dedicated representation and advocacy of your interests.

Call Aretsky Law Group, P.C. at 1-800-537-4154 number or email Mr. Aretsky at Eric@aretskylawgroup.com for your initial consultation. You may also view our firm overview, attorney biographies and our areas of practice when you visit our website at www.aretskylawgroup.com.