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Aretsky Law Group, P.C. is an Ocean County law firm built on integrity, compassion, and results. The Ocean County attorneys at Aretsky Law Group use cutting edge technology coupled with individualized attention to each client often results in a favorable outcome for the client. While each case is different, the formula remains the same. Aretsky Law Group’s attorneys treat their clients, other attorneys, and judges with respect and dignity. In turn, Aretsky’s attorneys earned the respect of others in the community. This can make a huge difference for Aretsky’s clients who face the uncertainty, anxiety, and stress unwelcome or unexpected legal claims can cause.Ocean County Family Law Issues
Aretsky Law Group’s Ocean County family law attorneys have successfully handled many family law issues. Aretsky Law Group’s Ocean County family law attorneys represented clients in divorces, child custody disputes, child support disputes, adoption, paternity, juvenile criminal matters, and surrogacy issues. All of these issues and others are heard at the Ocean County Courthouse in Toms River by a Superior Court judge.Child Custody Disputes in Ocean County
Child custody disputes can be gut-wrenching and heartbreaking. Child custody disputes necessarily involve a family that lacks the capacity to live together harmoniously. Children are sometimes forced to choose between their parents and the parents, who are also suffering, must come to grips that they might not see their children on a day-to-day basis. That result can be very difficult on the parent and the child. To maintain a functioning, if not nuclear, family dynamic, family court judges must emphasize the best interests of the child in making a custody order as required by New Jersey statute 9:2-4. The judge can take any number of factors listed in the statute into consideration when making the custody order.Child Support Orders in Ocean County
A necessary component of child custody is child support. The noncustodial parent, more often than not, must contribute to the financial well-being of their children by making weekly child support payments. Child support orders are determined by the New Jersey child support guidelines. The guidelines take into consideration how much time the noncustodial parent spends with their children as well as how much money each party makes. Child support orders can last until the children have graduated from college or no longer reside with their custodial parent.Divorce Issues In Ocean County
Alimony is among the most contentious matters in an Ocean County divorce case. A judge can award alimony to a divorcing spouse for a specified length of time, or an alimony award can be indeterminate if the marriage was twenty years or longer. Whether alimony should be awarded and the duration of alimony payments requires a thorough analysis of the factors and considerations listed in New Jersey Statute 2A: 34-23.
Equitable division of marital property is another contentious issue in Ocean City divorce cases. Marital property is any property, real or personal, where ever situated that the couple acquired while married. Marital property includes real estate, bank accounts, pensions, brokerage accounts, retirement accounts, intellectual property and marital debts as well. The parties and their attorneys are free to negotiate what property should be included in the marital estate and how it should be divided. For further reading, visit our Ocean County Divorce page.Ocean County Personal Injury Claims
Personal injury claims encapsulate a number of incidents wherein a person is injured or killed by another’s negligent, reckless, or intentional act. Examples of personal injury cases Aretsky Law Group, P.C. has handled include auto accidents, slip and fall claims, wrongful death claims, pedestrian accidents, premises liability claims, defective product claims, and medical malpractice. It is important to act promptly after having been involved in an accident or another event in which personal injuries were inflicted. The time to file a personal injury claim in New Jersey is limited. Failing to act promptly could prevent you from receiving financial compensation for your injuries.Ocean County Car Accidents
Most car accidents happen because of the negligence of another on the roads. Under New Jersey law, negligence is the failure of a person to act reasonably in circumstances which would cause a normally cautious person to act differently that injures another. Examples of other’s negligent driving are failing to obey the rules of the road, driving while distracted, driving while impaired by either alcohol or drugs, and failing to maintain a vehicle properly.
Car accident victims may be able to recover financial compensation for their injuries. A person injured in an auto accident can recover their medical expenses, future medical expenditures, costs to attend doctor’s visits, lost wages, loss of future earnings, compensation for dismemberment or incapacitation, as well as pain and suffering. For further information, read our Ocean County Auto Accident page.Ocean County Medical Malpractice Claims
Medical malpractice is so prevalent in the United States that 250,000 people die each year as a result of a medical error. That makes medical malpractice the third leading cause of death in the U.S. behind cancer and heart disease. Medical malpractice can occur in any number of ways. Examples of medical malpractice include failure to diagnose, delay in diagnosis, misdiagnosis, improper treatment, a surgical error such as removing an incorrect appendage or leaving a surgical instrument in the body, as well as failing to medicate a patient properly.
Medical malpractice cases are unique in that the person making the malpractice claim must obtain an expert witness to determine whether the treating medical personnel failed to meet their duty of care to the patient. Therefore, having an experienced, knowledgeable, and skilled medical malpractice attorney is essential to the success of a medical malpractice claim.Having an Ocean County Attorney From Aretsky Law Group on Your Side can Make a Difference for You
The Ocean County attorneys from Aretsky Law Group, P.C., are dedicated and zealous advocates for their clients. Their mission is to resolve their clients’ cases efficiently but in a manner consistent with their clients’ needs. Call Aretsky Law Group, P.C. today at 800-567-4154 to schedule your initial consultation or case review. Aretsky Law Group P.C. have several meeting places conveniently located throughout New Jersey. Additionally, Aretsky Law Group’s attorneys are available 24/7 to answer any of your questions and concerns. Call today to find out what Aretsky Law Group can do for you.
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