A Note From Brad Micklin
Divorce is tough. I know you didn’t expect to be here, but I’m here to advocate for you. I’ve dedicated my entire legal career to helping people just like you through the painful process of divorce. Many men feel the U.S. Divorce Court system tends to favor women, which is why I focus on protecting men’s rights in divorce.
What’s drives me? Protecting men’s rights in divorce.
I understand your complex emotions that may accompany your divorce. Regardless of whether you initiated the divorce or not, many men experience feelings of uncertainty and fear regarding the process. For many, the word “divorce” evokes images of financially broken and emotionally ruined men. I’m here to help prevent that from happening to you. I will listen to you and develop an action plan based on your income, length of your marriage, and how many children you have. Divorce involves many variables- from finances and material assets to child custody and alimony. My job is to make sure your voice is heard and to advocate for the strongest outcome possible in your divorce.
If you are a father, divorce can be especially tough. There’s nothing more personal than your relationship with your children, which is why I’ll always advocate for your rights as a father during and after your case. From our initial consultation to the day your divorce is finalized, I will stand by your side and walk you through the necessary steps to help protect your rights as a father, especially if you anticipate alienation attempts or interference with your parenting rights.
As a man going through a divorce, it’s essential to have the security of an experienced divorce attorney on your side. It’s crucial that you know the ins and outs of family law in New Jersey and that’s what we provide for you. I have been a practicing divorce attorney in New Jersey for over 20 years. If you have any questions or wish to schedule a consultation, please visit our contact page >
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Based on his work as a litigator, Brad has earned numerous successful results, including successfully arguing the lead case in New Jersey divorce law defining the laws concerning limited duration alimony and its modification. In addition to his litigation and negotiation experience, Brad also has extensive training and experience in the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) processes. After serving as a mediator for the Attorney General’s Office in Delaware, he received certification as a mediator through the Superior Court of New Jersey. He later received an invitation to serve as a commercial arbitrator from the Assignment Judge, Union County, New Jersey.
“Brad and his team zealously advocated for my interests, not just once, but twice. First, by thwarting a plot to modify my limited duration alimony obligation and second to make it permanent. This was a death sentence to me. Brad’s ability to anticipate the opposition is why I can enthusiastically recommend him. Whatever the need, Brad will get you there. I am a client for life.” – David P.
FAQ: Protecting Men’s Rights in Divorce
In New Jersey, courts have mandated that a divorce proceeding take no longer than 12 months from the filing of the divorce. If couples agree to a no-fault divorce, the process can be as short as 90 days. A survey from Lawyers.com, the average cost of attorney fees was $15,600. However, depending on the facts of your case, that number could be significantly lower or could more than double. The best way to control the cost of your divorce is to have open and equitable discussions with your spouse about how assets and expenses will be split.