FAQ: How do I begin the divorce process?
How do I begin the divorce process in Morris County and Northern NJ?
Divorce is actually the beginning of the end of time of hurt and discontentment. Many people who want to end a negative chapter in their lives through divorce often don’t know where or how to begin the process. Family law courts can be intimidating and daunting places. It is important to have a compassionate and skilled guide to work with you and be your advocate through this transition process. At Jacobs Berger, LLC, we have helped to guide families in Madison, Randolph, Denville, Hanover, Florham Park, Tewksbury, Morristown and across Morris County through this difficult transition with a compassion, skill, and understanding that sets us apart from other law firms.
What are the steps to a divorce in Dover NJ?
To start a divorce process, you must first contact an attorney. In our office, we bring you in for an initial consultation of about an hour and a half with one of our attorneys. We spend time talking about all the issues in your divorce and getting to know about your and your personal and unique situation and concerns.
For that initial meeting we ask that you bring any documents we can potentially look at to help you such as financial information any prenuptial agreement or other documents that may be important in your divorce process. This may include anything that could really help the attorney ascertain what the major issues are in your divorce.
Once we do that we will talk about a plan of how we want the case to progress. That plan is based on what your goals are for the resolution of the divorce. These may include child custody, spousal support, dividing homes and property, dividing complex assets and other important issues that will need to be decided whether your divorce is high net worth or middle class.
It is important to know that in order to initiate a divorce in the State of New Jersey the first filing you must make, is a complaint for divorce. Which is filed in the county which you reside. It is a document you submit to the court with the reasons you are seeking a divorce, and the relief you are asking for the court to grant you ultimately in your divorce.
Contact our Madison Divorce Lawyers Today to walk you through the steps of your NJ Divorce
The Law Office of Jacobs Berger has extensive experience helping clients across Randolph, Tewksbury, Madison, Morristown, and the greater Morris County area to resolve their divorces while remaining focused on building a healthy, secure, and stable foundations for you and your family. We work closely with trusted mental health professionals and financial advisers in order to assure you receive help you with the aspects of your divorce that a lawyer cannot.The agreements we help create for you during your divorce process will always have the aim of protecting your financial and legal future. With this in mind, we are prepared to not only help you through the entire divorce process, but after as well should any post-divorce modification or enforcement issues arise.Speak with one of our experienced attorneys today in a confidential case assessment regarding your divorce, your options for an alternative to divorce such as mediation, or a post divorce modification or enforcement issue. Please contact us online, or through our Morristown office at 973-710-4366.