Alternative Methods for Resolving Divorce
Weighing the Pros & Cons of Each
For all divorcing couples in New Jersey, it all begins and ends the same. That is, all divorcing couples in New Jersey begin at Point A by filing a complaint with the superior court and eventually get to Point B by obtaining a divorce judgment.
But to get from the filing to the judgment, divorcing couples have several options.
Divorce in New Jersey: Getting From Point A to Point B
In New Jersey, what lies between Point A and Point B is how the agreement between divorcing spouses is crafted, the agreement that covers life issues like child support, property division, and alimony, for example.
If you think one of these processes can help you in your divorce, contact the skilled attorneys at the Law Office of Steven P. Monaghan, LLC.
How Each Divorce Method Compares
Each method has distinct advantages and disadvantages, and every divorce situation will have different needs. Therefore, no one divorce method is the right one in all situations.
Below are the four methods and some of the advantages and disadvantages of each:
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Among family law judges, Mr. Monaghan has earned a fine reputation as a skilled mediator and arbitrator, having been appointed by them more than 275 times to mediate high-conflict divorce cases. Attorney Monaghan pioneered collaborative law in New Jersey, being a founding member in 2005 of the Jersey Shore Collaborative Law Group.
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In handling your case, we first consider your unique situation so we can advise you on the best divorce route for your family's needs. No matter what route that is, the attorneys of the Law Office of Steven P. Monaghan, LLC have the experience and knowledge to represent you well, protecting your interest.
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