Issues to Address in a Divorce Even if you Agree to Divorce New Jersey Lawyer Santo V. Artusa, Jr., Esquire
If My Spouse and I agree to a Divorce, what Issues do We have to Address in the Divorce?
It is critical to know what needs to be addressed during a divorce so that you can prevent major problems in the future. As experienced lawyers in New Jersey, we know how to guide individuals with regard to child custody, parenting time, alimony, child support, equitable distribution, student loans, premarital vs. postmarital assets and other related relief that must be addressed at the time of divorce.
While you may know that your marriage is over, which is not easy, it is actually the easiest part of a divorce. The legal aspect of a divorce is more difficult in most situations. For example, we help our clients understand their legal rights in the New Jersey Family and Divorce Courts and what to avoid. We can help you:
- Figure out if your case could be an alimony case
- Figure out how much child support should be (if applicable)
- Parenting time
- Child Custody
- Private School Decisions and Contributions
- College Contributions
- Investment Properties
- Retirement Accounts
- Equitable Distribution
- Create a marital settlement agreement
- Create divorce papers and divorce judgments
While you may think your case is cut and dry, and it may be in the sense that you and your spouse agree to many things but maybe leaving some important details out. That is where we come in to guide you and to have a marital settlement agreement created that helps you prevent problems in the future. Contact us today in one of our New Jersey offices on 973-337-9643.
The Artusa Law Firm Difference-
Lead Attorney Santo V. Artusa, Jr, Esquire knows the courts very well. Prior to becoming a prominent lawyer in New Jersey, Attorney Artusa was in family court in Manhattan where he learned how difficult family court is and how important it was to have an attorney that was experienced, well known and respected in the legal community. Mr. Artusa set his goal to become an attorney in New Jersey and started the Artusa Law Firm to represent individuals that seek tireless and honest advocacy. Contact our team today to discuss what issue or issues you are facing today.