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Even when spouses have come to the mutual decision to end their marriage, divorce is often still a difficult and traumatic experience for all involved. When you are going through a divorce, you need a dedicated, experienced divorce lawyer who can help make the process go as smoothly as possible and who will look out for your rights and interests as you resolve all the issues that arise in your divorce case. No matter how amicable your relationship with your soon-to-be-ex may seem, when the difficult issues in divorce must be resolved, the situation between you and your spouse can quickly become contentious. It is hard for anyone to separate emotions from rational decision-making in matters such as the distribution of marital property or child custody.
This is why the knowledgeable Newark divorce attorneys at Team Law work diligently to help clients facing divorce. For over 60 years, our firm has been representing the rights and interests of residents of Newark and throughout the state of New Jersey. Our attorneys take the time to help you understand your legal rights and options in every issue in your case; we work tirelessly to ensure that you receive an outcome that is fair and favorable to you and protects your family and your children.
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If you’re considering getting divorce or if you have already been served with divorce papers by your spouse, contact Team Law today for a free case evaluation with one of our Newark divorce lawyers to learn more about how we can help.
Today, one or both spouses in a marriage may choose to seek a divorce without needing to prove that one spouse was “at fault” for the failure of the marriage. Couples may instead choose to file for a “no-fault” divorce when the couple has either been separated as a married couple for at least 18 months, or when there have been “irreconcilable differences” between the spouses for a period of at least six months, and there is no reasonable prospect of reconciliation of the marriage.
However, when one spouse commits an act or acts of marital misconduct, the other spouse is still entitled to end the marriage in a fault-based divorce. In New Jersey, the grounds for a fault-based divorce include:
However, if the alleged “at fault” spouse contests the grounds for divorce, the court will need to hold a trial where the spouse seeking a fault-based divorce must prove the existence of the grounds for divorce.
At Team Law, our Newark divorce lawyers have extensive experience helping clients address all of the issues that can arise during a divorce proceeding, including:
When you choose us to help you in your divorce case, you can expect that we will undertake every action and provide you with advice aimed at protecting your rights and interests and securing an outcome that serves your goals and interests, including protecting the welfare of your children and your family.
If you are considering a divorce or are already engaged in divorce proceedings, reach out to the Newark divorce attorneys of Team Law today to schedule a free, no-obligation case review to discuss your legal rights and options in divorce proceedings and to learn more about how having our skilled family law attorneys on your side can help you achieve the results and outcomes you are looking for in your divorce case.
Newark is a city located in Essex County, New Jersey; Newark serves as the county seat for Essex County and is New Jersey’s most populous municipality. Newark is one of the oldest cities in the county, but today is a major financial, industrial, and transportation hub for the U.S., including being home to the headquarters of multiple major multinational corporations and the largest seaport on the East Coast. Newark’s neighborhoods are diverse in character, ranging from urban downtown districts to residential areas with a distinctly suburban feel.
An uncontested divorce refers to any divorce proceeding in which all the issues that arise in that divorce, such as equitable distribution of marital assets and liabilities, alimony/spousal support, and child custody/parenting time arrangements have been resolved by an agreement between the spouses, such that all that is left for the trial court to do is to review the parties’ agreement for fairness and incorporate the terms into the final judgment of divorce that dissolves the marriage.
Not necessarily. One spouse may be permitted by the court to continue living in the marital residence (particularly in situations where the spouses have children). The spouse who gets to continue living in the marital residence may be obligated to take over sole responsibility for the financial payments and physical upkeep of the home and may have to “cash out” via the equitable distribution arrangement between the parties. If neither spouse can afford to maintain the marital home by themselves or there would be no equitable distribution arrangement that fairly compensates the spouse who must move out of the marital home, the court order the property sold and the net proceeds of the sale equitable distributed between the spouses.
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