Moorestown Divorce and Family Law Lawyer
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Are you filing for divorce? Are you involved in an emotionally overwhelming child custody dispute? Do you wish to modify a court order? Are you a victim of domestic violence? If you answered “yes” to at least one question, obtaining the results you desire requires the legal assistance of an experienced attorney.
At Stolfe Zeigler New Jersey Divorce Group, we are committed to helping our clients obtain the most favorable outcome in their cases. Our Moorestown family lawyers will evaluate your situation, listen to every concern, and develop an effective and personalized case strategy which addresses your needs and fulfills your goals. Let us resolve your complex family law matter immediately.
Our firm handles the following matters related to divorce and family law:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Alimony or spousal support
- Property division
- Grandparent’s rights
- Premarital/prenuptial agreements
- Domestic violence
Reach out to a Moorestown divorce lawyer today.
Contact us at (732) 585-1651.
How to File for Divorce in New Jersey
In order to file for divorce in New Jersey, you or your spouse must have been a resident in the state for at least one year before filing. However, if you are filing for divorce due to adultery, there is no residency requirement, but one of the parties must declare he/she is a resident once it’s time to file.
The spouse who files for divorce is considered the “plaintiff” and the other is the “defendant.” A “Complaint about Divorce” must be filed in the Superior County Court of the county where the plaintiff lives. New Jersey allows both “no-fault” and fault-based divorces.
There are two types of no-fault divorces. One you can file if you and your spouse have been living in apart for at least 18 months before starting the divorce process, while the other you can file due to irreconcilable differences—if there is proof you and your spouse were unable to continue being married for at least half a year.
The following are the grounds of fault-based divorces in New Jersey:
- Abandonment for at least a year
- Deviant sexual behavior
- Drug abuse
- Institutionalized for mental health reasons
- Extreme physical and mental cruelty
Speak with a Moorestown Divorce Lawyer
Our Moorestown divorce attorneys understand how complex the divorce process can be. From start to finish, we can help you navigate the intricacies of the legal system while protecting your rights and best interests.
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