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DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law Attorneys DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law prides itself on delivering personal service with large firm experience to help New Jersey residents achieve the best possible result in their divorce. New Jersey family law can be complex and overwhelming.
146 Main Street Flemington, NJ 08822, USA
DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law Attorneys Phone: (908) 923-0150
DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law Attorneys DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law prides itself on delivering personal service with large firm experience to help New Jersey residents achieve the best possible result in their divorce. New Jersey family law can be complex and overwhelming.
161 Madison Avenue Suite 325-1 Morristown, NJ 07960, USA
DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law Attorneys Phone: (973)425-5158

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Category: Alternative Dispute Resolution

Case Study: The Use of Alternative Dispute Resolution

In some cases, divorcing parties and their respective attorneys may decide that traditional divorce litigation is not in the best interest of the parties for...

Are You Guaranteed Alimony in New Jersey?

In New Jersey, alimony is not a certainty in every divorce case. Rather, it is based on one party's ability to pay alimony versus the other party's need to...

Things You Need To Know About The Collaborative Divorce Process

So often, the idea of divorce is associated with long, drawn out court battles. But in reality, the vast majority of divorce matters are settled rather than...

3 Things to Think About When Choosing A Divorce Mediation Attorney

If you and your spouse are in agreement that your marriage is over and you simply need some guidance to make decisions regarding a settlement of your divorce,...

Is It Possible To File For Separation In New Jersey?

It’s a common misconception that you can be “legally separated” in New Jersey. While some states have a formal legal separation, New Jersey does not. If...

When Will Divorce Mediation Work For You

Mediation works successfully for many divorcing families. We have found that while cooperative couples more readily choose to mediate, families with high...

Marital Settlement Agreements

A marital settlement agreement is a comprehensive written agreement that describes all of the agreements you have reached with your spouse with regard to the...

Why You Should Use Mediation for Child Custody

Child custody cases are typically some of the most adversarial types of cases heard in family court in New Jersey. These kinds of cases are deeply emotional...

Choosing Divorce or Separation

When you decide that your marriage isn’t working, you’re faced with two choices. You can separate or you can get a divorce. You can go through the process...

When Divorce Mediation Fails

Divorce mediation is an excellent alternative to traditional divorce litigation. Mediation typically costs less, works faster, allows complete customization of...

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