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At Aretsky Law Group, P.C., we understand how emotional and stressful going through a divorce can be for you and your children, and strive to provide you with a relaxed, informal atmosphere where you feel comfortable and safe. Our divorce attorneys in Bergen County have over 40 years of combined experience assisting families with all stages of the divorce process—from separation to division of the marital assets to child custody.No-Fault Divorce Attorney in Bergen County
In New Jersey, if you and your spouse agree to divorce, you can get a divorce under the recent no-fault law. This is referred to as an uncontested divorce. Even if you and your spouse agree to divorce, however, you may still find it difficult to work out emotional issues such as child custody and property division on your own.
A skilled Bergen County divorce attorney from Aretsky Law Group, P.C. can help you work out agreeable divorce arrangements, child custody plans, and support plans through divorce negotiation, mediation, and the collaborative law process.Contested Divorce Lawyers in Bergen County
New Jersey law allows you to obtain a divorce without the consent of your spouse if he or she is at fault. Grounds for this type of divorce, called a contested or complex divorce, include adultery and abandonment. At Aretsky Law Group, P.C., our experienced and aggressive Bergen County divorce attorneys regularly handle heated divorces involving highly-contested court battles and complex assets. We fight to protect your right to your children and your property.Bergen County Collaborative Attorneys
If you are seeking an alternative way to help your family get through the divorce process, our collaborative attorneys in Bergen County have the answer. Collaborative law is a non-adversarial process that allows you and your spouse to work out a mutually agreed-upon plan to handle child visitation schedules, child support, alimony payments, asset division, and any other details necessary to finalize your divorce. The collaborative law process enables you and your spouse to control the outcome of your divorce rather than a court and helps preserve good familial relations for the benefit of your children.
Whether your decision to get divorced is contested or mutual, our Bergen County collaborative lawyers can help you with all aspects of your divorce or other family law matters.Contact Our Bergen County Divorce Lawyers Today
If you are considering a divorce, let our experienced, caring, and aggressive divorce and collaborative law lawyers help you. Call Aretsky Law Group, P.C., today at 800-537-4154.