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Sparta Township, New Jersey in scenic Sussex County may have a small population but is not immune from difficulties and issues often associated with larger cities. These include the strife and challenges associated with family law proceedings as well as serious personal injury accidents and car wrecks. Those who have experienced the emotional strain and financial worry that these types of cases can create know that the experienced and steady hand of a knowledgeable attorney can provide a sense of calm and control during an otherwise turbulent time.
Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is your Sparta civil litigation law firm and is committed to helping Sparta residents resolve their family law and/or personal injury matters efficiently and effectively. We want you to be able to move on from your family law dispute or personal injury in a positive and confident manner, and we know that knowledgeable and reliable legal representation and counsel is often the key to doing so.
Family Law Disputes in Sparta
In Sparta, couples who file for divorce and wish to legally terminate their marriage relationship will file a petition for divorce under Title 2A of the New Jersey Statutes. If the divorcing couple has children – or if a couple never married but had children together nonetheless – issues of child custody, child support, and child parenting time (all described under Title 9 of the New Jersey Statutes) will also come into play. Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is resourceful and knowledgeable, and able to assist you if you need to file or have had any of the following proceedings initiated against you in Sparta:
- Dissolution of marriage: As its name implies, a proceeding to dissolve a marriage (or a divorce proceeding) ends when a court has entered an order declaring that two married persons are no longer married. In the past, this required a showing that one spouse engaged in some wrongful activity such as adultery or abuse; now, however, a divorce can be granted upon a showing of irreconcilable differences between the spouses. In declaring a marriage to be terminated a court must also divide the assets and obligations of the parties in a fair and equitable manner, enter any orders for alimony or support that may be appropriate, and address any child-related issues, if the divorcing couple has children.
- Modification of child custody, child support, and/or child parenting time: Any orders that a court enters regarding the child or children of a divorced or separated couple are to reflect what the court believes to be in the “best interests” of the child. As the child grows and matures, what constitutes the child’s “best interests” may also change and a court may therefore modify previous orders regarding the parent with whom the child ought to primarily reside and/or what parenting time schedule with the noncustodial parent is appropriate.
Family law proceedings can dramatically affect your rights as a parent as well as the strength of your financial footing as you begin your life anew following your divorce or separation. Let Aretsky Law Group, P.C. assist you in successfully navigating this transitory time in your life and the life of your family.
Sparta Personal Injury Lawsuits
A personal injury lawsuit is appropriate when a Sparta resident has suffered some injury or loss as the result of the careless acts of another. While individuals can be injured in a variety of ways, personal injury accidents typically produce similar types of losses and injuries: traumatic brain injuries, broken bones, and amputations are just a few of the common types of injuries, and medical bills, lost wages and pain and suffering are examples of common losses personal injury victims experience. Aretsky Law Group, P.C. guides personal injury victims from loss to recovery following:
- Slips and falls or other injuries resulting from the negligent maintenance of property;
- Automobile accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, and other similar vehicular collisions;
- Medical malpractice, which occurs when a medical professional such as a doctor or nurse renders substandard care and/or treatment to a patient;
- Defective or dangerous products that are unreasonably unsafe or that do not bear appropriate warnings.
When filing and presenting a personal injury lawsuit, Aretsky Law Group, P.C. will help ensure that you are able to seek the greatest amount of monetary damages for your injuries and losses as possible. This will help ensure that you are fully and fairly compensated for your personal injury accident.
Contact Your Sparta Civil Law Firm Today
Aretsky Law Group, P.C. has years of experience assisting Sparta residents and several convenient locations to better serve you. We understand your need to have your family law, personal injury, or auto accident lawsuit resolved in a timely manner, and we are committed to helping you do just this. When you need prompt and professional legal assistance, do not hesitate to contact Aretsky Law Group, P.C. at 1-800-537-4154 for your Consultation.
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