New Jersey Divorce / Matrimonial Law
attorneys is an experienced divorce and matrimonial law attorney who will protect your interests. The emotional upheaval of divorce does not last forever, but the legal ramifications could. With over 25 years of family law experience, let attorneys help you negotiate your settlement using a variety of procedures, ranging from mediation and arbitration to litigation in court.
Divorce Attorneys in New Jersey
Whether your marital estate is a small, simple matter or a complex separation of assets, attorneys at Borrus, Goldin, Foley, Vignuolo, Hyman & Stahl, PC can help. Even the simplest of cases with few assets and no children may still need a legal professional to draft the paperwork to clarify possession in the eyes of the law. More complex matters may need lengthy negotiations or arbitration to come to an agreeable settlement that both parties will sign. In extreme cases, long drawn out court battles may ensue. Whatever your particular situation, please call us to schedule a consultation and exercise all the legal protections available to you when it comes to divorce and matrimonial law in New Jersey.
Resolving Divorce Issues
– Negotiations, Mediations, and Court Proceedings
Attorney attorneys can help you settle your divorce case through a variety of methods, personalized to your needs. As the head of Borrus, Goldin, Foley, Vignuolo, Hyman & Stahl’s Family Law Department, she has decades of expertise at both the negotiating table and arbitration. Alternative dispute resolutions like these are always the best and simplest routes, but if a divorce agreement cannot be reached and your matter escalates to the court system, she has the litigation experience to aggressively argue your case before a judge. Regardless of your specific needs, attorneys can help. Contact her today for a consultation and counsel in all your family law matters.
Property Distribution in Divorce
–Dividing Marital Property after Divorce
When filing for divorce in the State of New Jersey, assets are divided under the principle of “equitable distribution.” What this means is that the court will look at things like who brought what property to the marriage, how long the marriage lasted, any written agreements that may preexist, and the tax consequences for each party involved when deciding how to fairly distribute property and assets. The courts will also take into consideration the standard of living that was established during the marriage, each spouse’s income and earning capacity, along with any other factors deemed relevant. attorneys at Borrus, Goldin, Foley, Vignuolo, Hyman & Stahl, PC will clarify the law so you can understand the full consequences of your settlement. Let us help you attain the best outcome for your divorce, including child custody, child support, and the full division of your marital estate.
Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
– Contracts That Protect You
Most people have heard of prenuptial agreements. They are contracts established to determine the method by which property and assets will be distributed in the event of a divorce. What most people do not know is that it is never too late to enter into such an agreement. Postnuptial agreements are the equivalent of a prenuptial, with the difference that it is entered into after the couple gets married. Whatever form of family law contracts you might need, attorneys at Borrus, Goldin, Foley, Vignuolo, Hyman & Stahl, PC will help you draft or review all documents to ensure your goals are met.