Experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorneys
Serving Middlesex County - Monmouth County - Ocean County
Also known as a dissolution of marriage, every New Jersey divorce proceeding is unique. At Goldstein, Bachman & Newman, our divorce attorneys handle everything from straightforward divorces to complex dissolutions involving disputes over child custody or division of property.
With two Early Settlement Panelists among our lawyers, we know New Jersey divorce law well. As evidence of our reputation as knowledgeable family law attorneys, a local family court judge recently retained our law firm as divorce counsel. Our peers in the legal community know the extent of our talent — and the dedication with which we approach every client's case.
Vigorous and Aggressive Legal Representation
We provide our divorce clients with vigorous, innovative representation. Our clients are unique — and have unique problems. We use research, investigation and creative-thinking skills to build the best possible solution for each client's individual concerns.
In most cases, we encourage our clients to seek an acceptable compromise via mediation or the collaborative divorce process. However, when our client's spouse refuses to negotiate, we are prepared to force the issues to a trial in pursuit of our client's best interests.
The Stages of a New Jersey Divorce
This Web site provides visitors with a divorce roadmap and a Family Law Information Center to get detailed information about the divorce process in New Jersey. In general, a typical New Jersey divorce involves negotiation of:
Special Concerns Relating to Children
For some families, questions of child custody or child support are the most important. We work with child behavioral experts and forensic accountants to advocate for our client's position with regard to complicated legal questions such as a parent's relocation out of state or whether future college expenses should be included in the divorce agreement.
Special Concerns Relating to Division of Property
Many of our clients come to us with no idea of the true value of their family assets — and with no understanding of the law's requirements regarding division of those assets during a divorce. We can be trusted to conduct a thorough investigation and evaluation of family assets and debts in order to negotiate a fair distribution under New Jersey's laws of equitable distribution.
Contact Goldstein, Bachman & Newman for a Complimentary Initial Consultation
Our law firm tries a significant number of contentious divorce cases every year. Please contact us to put our aggressive, innovative team of New Jersey divorce lawyers to work on your behalf today.
To schedule a complimentary initial consultation at our main office in Old Bridge, or one of our satellite offices in Freehold/Manalapan or Eatontown, call 732-360-9300, or contact us online.