New Jersey Lawyers Specializing in Divorce Law with Offices in Bergen County, and Meeting Locations throughout Northern, Central & Southern New Jersey.
If you are faced with a difficult legal issue, we understand that it can be stressful. It is not unusual to be anxious and the unknown can cast a dark cloud over your thoughts about the future. Bergen County Law Firm, Aretsky Law Group, P.C., can help.
Clear, professional advice from an experienced attorney often helps alleviate stress and provides hope for the future. When you work with a compassionate and settlement-oriented attorney you establish mutual respect and cooperation with the other side. This commonly results in the discovery of “win-win” approaches that maintain everyone’s dignity and their net worth, so that both can move on to successful lives after the case is resolved.
Hiring a Divorce Attorney in Bergen County
We know that divorce is painful, stressful, emotionally debilitating and dehumanizing. Our goal is to help you minimize the negative effects of divorce on you, your children, and others affected by the divorce.
Whether your situation calls for careful negotiation or tough, no nonsense, advocacy, you can rely on the team at Aretsky Law Group, P.C., to fight for your rights and protect your interests at a reasonable cost. The team practices both divorce mediation and litigation. They will help you to understand the pros and cons of both approaches. In either case, they put their years of experience and training towards reaching an amicable dissolution.
Aretsky Law Group, P.C., has offices in Bergen and Monmouth counties and meeting locations throughout North and Central New Jersey.
Please share your situation and goals on our intake form (on the right). We will call you within 24 and begin taking away the stress associated with the legal aspects of this trying circumstance. Or call right now at 201-580-3411.
Family Law Lawyers in Bergen County
What is Family Law? Family law encompasses a wide array of other legal issues commonly surrounding divorce. Some of these issues would include: child custody, parenting time and support; alimony; annulment, civil unions; spousal or child abuse; adoption: surrogacy; paternity; and domestic violence. Unfortunately, even after divorce, many families continue to be disrupted by issues of alimony or child support payments, parenting time rights of parents and other family members, and parental responsibility.
Our goal in working out the terms of a separation and divorce are to minimize these other issues during the separation and after the divorce, but too commonly they do require further legal action.
What Should You Do if You Need a Child Custody Lawyer or Child Support Attorney in Bergen County?
Child Custody and child support issues are almost always the most difficult and urgent areas of any family law attorney’s practice. We are ready 24/7 to help you with your critical needs. Any time that you feel that your rights are being stepped on or that your old agreement needs to be reconsidered, that is a time to call one of our offices.