Aretsky Law Group, P.C.: Serving the People of Ridgewood
The Ridgewood attorneys from Aretsky Law Group, P.C. have earned the respect of clients and other members of the legal community for their hard work and dedication to their clients. Aretsky Law Group’s attorneys distinguish themselves from other lawyers by taking a very personal and caring approach to their clients’ cases. They understand that legal problems are very stressful on the people involved. Anxiety can escalate, stress rises, and the world seems like it spins out of control. When you rely on Aretsky Law Group to represent you, they will help alleviate your stress by working diligently to resolve your legal issues efficiently while protecting your rights.
Ridgewood Family Law
Family law encompasses many issues people in Ridgewood face on a daily basis. Aretsky Law Group P.C. attorneys represent family law clients who are facing divorce, child custody disputes, child support disputes, juvenile criminal matters, adoption, paternity, and modification of court orders. Ridgewood family law cases are heard in the Bergen County Superior Court by a family law judge.
Ridgewood Child Custody Disputes
Custody disputes can be contentious between divorcing or separating parents. Although the termination of a romantic relationship can be painful, parents possess the right to have children, to rear their children, and enjoy their children’s company notwithstanding how acrimoniously the relationship that bore the children ended. Children should not be stuck in the middle of a fight between their parents. Accordingly, family court judges will determine custody arrangements based upon the best interest of the children, as mandated by New Jersey statute 9:2-4. Based on that standard, the judge could determine that custody could be joint, sole with parenting time for the non-custodial parent or some other arrangement.
Ridgewood Child Support Case Representation
In New Jersey, the non-custodial parent must pay the custodial parent a sum of money on a weekly basis to support their children based upon the state’s child support guidelines. A child support order balances the equities among the parents because the custodial parent bears the financial burden of raising the children. The children could be deprived of certain opportunities if they had to rely on the financial support of only one parent. Therefore, the fairness of a child support order extends to the children as well. Judges issue child support orders after analyzing several factors including the number of children and the gross income of the non-custodial parent. Failure to pay support can lead to civil and criminal penalties if the non-custodial parent fails to satisfy his or her obligation.
Ridgewood Divorce Representation
Issues involved in a divorce can be very complicated, but the act of dissolving a marriage is not. Under New Jersey Statute 2A:34-2, a judge may grant a divorce after finding fault of one of the parties. An at-fault divorce requires proof of adultery, abuse, desertion, or incarceration. The state does recognize no-fault divorces as well. When granting a no-fault divorce in Ridgewood, the judge has to rule that the parties’ differences are irreconcilable and they have been living apart for more than six months. Getting divorced also means that the parties must divide marital property. This can be done by agreement or by order of the court. Additionally, the judge may rule or the parties may agree on resolving differences over alimony, health insurance, pension rights, and the real property owned by the parties. For more information, visit our Ridgewood Divorce Practice Page.
Ridgewood Personal Injury Claims Representation
Personal injury cases in Ridgewood involve some personal injury caused by the negligence of another. Under New Jersey law, negligence is the failure of a person to use the skill or care they should use when performing an act, like driving. Negligence can be observed in other instances as well. Claims based on auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, slip and fall cases, medical malpractice, and wrongful death are all based upon negligence.
Ridgewood Auto Accidents Claims Representation
The people of New Jersey are involved in tens of thousands of accidents each year. Hundreds of those accidents involve at least one fatality and thousands more suffer injuries. Accidents may be attributed to inattention behind the wheel causing a mistake, distracted driving, or impaired driving. As a result of the accident, you may be able to recover for damages like medical bills, lost wages, loss of use of limb or amputation, in addition to pain and suffering. For more information, visit our Ridgewood Car Accident Practice page.
Ridgewood Medical Malpractice Claims Representation
Medical error is now the third leading killer in the United States. Medical malpractice can occur in any number of ways such as the failure to diagnose, delay in diagnosis, misdiagnosis, and failure to properly interpret test results to name a few. The Ridgewood medical malpractice at Aretsky Law Group, P.C. are aware that medical malpractice can be devastating for the victim and their family.
Why Choose Aretsky Law Group, P.C. for your Legal Needs?
The personal attention we devote to our clients has earned us the reputation of being well-respected lawyers in Ridgewood. Our devotion to our clients distinguishes us from others in the legal community.
Call us today at 800-537-4154 to schedule your free consultation at our main office in Hackensack or one of our convenient meeting locations throughout New Jersey. We are available 24/7 to assist you in any way we can, or you can visit our website at www.aretsky-law.com for further information.
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Aretsky Law Group, P.C.
257 E. Ridgewood Ave. #303A
Ridgewood, NJ 07450
Phone: (201) 445-5856
Fax: (201) 445-5867