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The Monmouth County attorneys from Aretsky Law Group, P.C. understand the challenges life can throw at you. Whether it is a Monmouth County divorce, child custody, child support, or personal injury claim, Aretsky Law Group is there to help.
The Monmouth attorneys from Aretsky Law Group are well respected in the legal community throughout New Jersey for their skill, knowledge, and professionalism. Aretsky Law Group attorneys have earned the respect of their clients for the individualized attention each client receives from their lawyer. Individualized attention fosters open and frank communication between client and attorney, which leads to an attorney-client relationship built on trust.Monmouth County Family Law Issues
Aretsky Law Group’s attorneys possess vast experience representing family law clients. Aretsky Law Group’s attorneys have represented numerous clients in divorce proceedings. Divorce proceedings could include the dissolution of the marriage as well as child custody and child support issues if children were born of the marriage. Alimony and property division are also necessary components of divorce.
Aretsky Law Group’s family law attorneys represent clients who need help with other legal issues as well. They have experience representing clients in paternity, adoption, domestic violence, and juvenile criminal law in addition to divorce cases.Monmouth County Child Custody Cases
Parents, whether once married or having children out of wedlock, have the right to raise their children but also have an obligation to do so as well. In New Jersey, child custody decisions must be based on the best interests of the children. Determining a custodial arrangement that is in the child’s best interest requires evaluating many factors. Those factors require a judge to look at how the parents treat each other and how they treat the children as well as the safety of the children and their ability to thrive, among several others factors as defined by 9:2-4. Custody arrangements can include joint custody, sole custody with parenting time, or another living arrangement that protects parental rights and is the best situation for the children.Monmouth County Child Support Claims
In New Jersey, parents have the responsibility to take care of their children financially. Therefore, noncustodial parents are obligated to pay the custodial parents a weekly sum to provide for their children. A New Jersey judge will base the child support order on New Jersey’s Child Support Guidelines. The Child Support Guidelines take into consideration the amount a noncustodial parent earns gross per week as well as the income of the custodial parent to arrive at a figure. The guidelines take the noncustodial parent’s visitation with their children into consideration when arriving at a child support amount.
Child support disputes can be very stressful. On the one hand, a child should not suffer financially because their custodial parent cannot shoulder the financial burden of raising a child alone. On the other hand, the noncustodial parent can feel like the money they must pay for their children should go to their children exclusively and should not be used by the custodial parent for any other purpose. Both parents, therefore, should remember that child support payments are for the ultimate benefit of the children.Monmouth County Divorce
In Monmouth County, a Superior Court judge can grant a divorce if the party filing for divorce alleged that the other spouse is at-fault for the decay of the marriage. At-fault reasons for divorce include adultery, desertion, mental illness, cruelty, drug or alcohol addiction, incarceration lasting longer than a year, or bigamy. Most often, however, one party files for divorce because of irreconcilable differences. A judge will grant a divorce if the parties have lived separately for six months and there is no hope of reconciliation between the parties.
A necessary component of getting divorced is dividing the marital property. Parties are free to reach an agreement on property division. If they cannot, then a judge must determine what property is marital property and how it should be divided. Marital property includes bank accounts, real estate, and marital debts as well as pension or retirement plans, and intellectual property.
Another issue that must be determined is whether one spouse owes the other alimony. A judge can order alimony after analyzing numerous factors including the length of the marriage and the financial prospects of the parties after marriage. For more information, visit our Monmouth County Divorce page.Monmouth County Personal Injury Claims
Aretsky Law Group’s personal injury attorneys enjoy vast experience representing clients who have suffered an injury through no fault of their own. Most often negligence forms the basis of a personal injury claim. In New Jersey, negligence is the failure of one person to act reasonably in particular circumstances that caused another to suffer an injury. Negligence arises in auto accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, slip and fall cases, products liability, and medical malpractice, to name a few.Monmouth County Auto Accidents
Thousands of car crashes occur each year in New Jersey. Some of the most prevalent causes of automobile accidents include negligent or reckless driving, drunken driving or impaired driving, distracted driving, and fatigued driving. You may be entitled to receive financial compensation for your injuries suffered in a Monmouth auto accident as well as lost wages and pain and suffering. For more information, visit our Monmouth County Accidents page.Monmouth County Medical Malpractice
Medical malpractice can arise in any number of ways. Most often, medical malpractice occurs when a doctor fails to diagnose, misdiagnoses, delays a diagnosis, misinterprets test results or makes a surgical error. Despite advances in technology, medical malpractice is the third leading killer in the United States annually. Nearly 250,000 people each year die from medical malpractice. If you or a loved one was a victim of medical malpractice, then the time for which you may file a claim is limited.Aretsky Law Group, P.C. Respected Monmouth Attorneys Willing To Help
When you are a client of Aretsky Law Group, P.C. you are more than a just a name to us. We strive to make sure that each client receives the individualized attention they deserve. Call us today at 800-537-4154 to schedule your initial consultation or case review at any one of our conveniently located meeting places around the state. We are available 24/7 to meet your needs. Call us today to find out the difference Aretsky Law Group, P.C. can make for you.