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The Lakewood attorneys from Aretsky Law Group, P.C. have worked hard to earn their reputation as well-respected attorneys. They work even harder to keep their reputation intact. Being well-respected means that Aretsky Law Group’s Lakewood attorneys are known throughout the legal community as being competent, knowledgeable, skillful, and professional. Not only do they treat their clients with dignity and respect, but they also treat other litigants, attorneys, and judges the same way.
Aretsky Law Group’s attorneys give their clients the individualized attention they need. At Arestky Law Group, a client is more than a number on a file, they become a part of the firm. Fostering such close personal relationships between attorney and client helps open the lines of communication, and open communication leads to trust.Lakewood Family Law
statue In Lakewood and throughout New Jersey, family law is a broad term that encompasses a wide range of legal issues relating to family life. Family law includes divorces, child custody, child support, paternity, alimony, property division, juvenile criminal matters, and domestic violence cases. Aretsky Law Group’s family law attorneys have vast experience representing people in all New Jersey family law issues.Lakewood Child Custody Disputes
Child custody disputes are not easy to resolve. The children bear the brunt of the custody disputes. However, a judge must consider the best interests of the child when deciding a custody dispute. A judge has the authority to award custody to both parents jointly, award sole custody to one parent and award parenting time or visitation to the noncustodial parent, or devise another custody arrangement which serves the best interest of the child. In determining the best interest of the child, the judge can weigh and analyze the various factors enumerated in New Jersey statute 9:2-4. Child custody arrangements can change if the circumstances warrant.Lakewood Child Support Issues
Paying child support to the custodial parent by the non-custodial parent is not intended as a punishment for the noncustodial parent. Rather, child support orders provide financial support for the custodial parent and the child. Child support orders may be amended over time as circumstances change.
The judge determines the amount of child support by applying New Jersey’s child support guidelines to the facts of the case. The child support guidelines ar a complicated set of rules and regulations that allow a judge to determine a fair amount to be paid weekly by the noncustodial parent. The child support guidelines create a presumption as to the weekly child support amount. That presumption may be rebutted with evidence that gives the judge a reason to depart from the guidelines.Legal Issues In Lakewood Divorces
A divorce is easily granted in New Jersey. New Jersey still recognizes at-fault grounds for divorce such as adultery, desertion, prolonged drug abuse, or incarceration lasting longer than one year. However, most people elect to sue for divorce based on irreconcilable differences, also known as a no-fault divorce. A necessary component of dissolving a marriage is the division of marital property. Marital property is any real or personal property acquired during the marriage intended to be marital property. Any property brought into the marriage and kept separate is not included in the division of marital property. Marital property can include real estate, personal property, bank accounts, pensions, brokerage accounts, intellectual property, and marital debt as well.
A family law judge may grant alimony to one of the spouses. Alimony is designed to maintain the financial status quo of the couple after they divorce. Alimony may be for a specified length of time, or it may be indeterminate depending on the duration of the marriage. The judge may take other factors into consideration as well. For more information, visit our Lakewood Divorce page.Personal Injury Cases In Lakewood
The Lakewood personal injury attorneys from Aretsky Law Group, P.C. are highly skilled at maximizing their clients’ compensation for their injuries. Aretsky Law Group’s attorneys have experience handling auto accident claims, pedestrian accidents, truck accidents, slip and fall claims, wrongful death claims, and medical malpractice actions.
You must act promptly if you or someone you love suffered injuries or was killed by the negligence of another. New Jersey imposes strict time limits on the filing of personal injury claims and missing the filing deadline will have disastrous consequences.Lakewood Auto Accident Claims
Thousands of car accidents occur each year in New Jersey. These accidents caused hundreds of deaths and inflicted numerous other people with serious personal injuries. Auto accidents are usually caused by one driver who is failing to drive cautiously. In other words, the person is driving negligently.
Drivers who suffer injuries, or the families of a person killed in a Lakewood auto accident may be eligible for compensation. The amount of compensation depends on factors like the amount of medical bills accumulated, anticipated future medical expenses, compensation for a lost limb or permanent injury, lost wages, loss of future economic opportunity, as well as pain and suffering. For more information, visit our Lakewood Car Accident page.Lakewood Medical Malpractice
Medical errors kill nearly 250,000 people every year in the United States. That number is hard to believe considering the technological advancements science has made in medicine over the last century. Despite those advances, medical malpractice occurs at an alarming rate.
Medical malpractice occurs when health care professionals fail to diagnose, misdiagnose, delay in diagnosing, misreading test results, committing a surgical error, or misprescribing medication.
Medical malpractice is a very complex area of the law. The claimant must retain an expert witness to form an opinion that the victim’s injury, sickness, or death occurred because a physician or other person treating the victim failed to meet the standards required by the medical profession.Choose Aretsky Law Group, P.C. To Protect Your Rights
Aretsky Law Group’s Lakewood attorneys pride themselves on achieving justice for their clients through hard work, dedication, and individualized attention to their clients. Aretsky Law Group’s attorneys are available 24/7 to discuss your legal issue. Contact Aretsky Law Group, P.C. today at 800-537-4154 to schedule your initial consultation or complimentary case review. Aretsky Law Group attorneys are available to meet with you at any one of their convenient meeting locations throughout New Jersey. Call today to find out what difference Aretsky Law Group, P.C. can make for you.
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