Learn What You Need to Know about Divorce
If you have been served with divorce papers, are in the middle of a divorce, or experiencing post-divorce issues, then you are a welcome addition to our Divorce and Custody Support Group. My goal as a lawyer is to provide a forum to confidentially discuss emotional, financial, and other issues associated with your divorce – regardless of where you are in the process.
Support Group CANCELED on Wednesday, January 30th 2019 due to inclement weather.
You need options! I know you want to learn about the divorce process as well as discuss how child support, alimony and other laws in New Jersey will affect you. I’m here to answer your questions and to help you sort out the many choices you will have to make.
In our Divorce and Custody Support Group, we will discuss:
- How long the average divorce takes
- How much will your divorce likely cost?
- What will happen to your business in the divorce
- Will you have to pay her legal fees too?
- What if my spouse changes the locks or throws me out?
- How do I maintain custody of my kids?
- Will I have to pay alimony?
- How long will I have to pay child support?
Don’t Go Through This Alone
Divorces are stressful. Not only are you dealing with a slew of legal hoops, but you’re also experiencing a range of emotions unparalleled by most other life experiences. Grief as you come to terms with the end of a relationship; hope as you envision a brighter future for your family. As a divorce attorney with over twenty years of experience, I know the legal process inside and out. Moreover, I have walked side-by-side with thousands of people during this tumultuous chapter of their lives, which is why I decided to form my own Divorce and Custody Support Group.
Unlike a private meeting in my office, the Divorce and Custody Support Group gives me an opportunity to speak to divorcing or divorced people on a more personal level. Attendance at our Divorce and Custody Support Group does not create an attorney-client relationship.
Disclaimer: Attendance at the Divorce and Custody Support Group does not create an attorney client relationship, nor is it meant to provide specific legal advice to you. If you need legal advice, you will need to formally retain a lawyer.