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Rosanne DeTorres is Certified by the NJ Supreme Court as a Matrimonial Law Attorney. Attorneys may be designated by the Supreme Court as “certified attorneys” if they: are able to demonstrate sufficient levels of experience, education, knowledge and skill in a specific area of law or practice; have passed a rigorous examination; and have been recognized by their peers as having sufficient skills and reputation in the designated specialty.
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

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How to Stop a Divorce

If your spouse has filed for divorce, but you don’t want a divorce, you may be wondering what you can do to stop the divorce. Because New Jersey is a...

When Is Mediation Not Appropriate

Mediation is an excellent solution for a variety of family law cases, such as divorce, custody, child support and more. Because mediation has so many benefits...

Evidence in a Divorce Case

Although most divorces cases settle before they go to trial, if yours is going to be litigated, you may be wondering what kind of evidence your attorney needs....

Preparing for a Court Appearance

Many people have never gone to court, other than for a traffic ticket. Preparing for a court appearance can be nerve-wracking, but if you keep some tips in...

Can I Get Alimony in New Jersey?

Alimony or spousal support are payments made by one spouse to the other during a divorce case or after the marriage or civil union has ended. One purpose of...

What Are the Different Stages of a Divorce?

Divorce can be a complicated and emotional process. The process is often complicated because there are different parts to the divorce that you will experience...

What Is Parental Alienation?

When you divorce, your children are likely your highest priority. Setting up a custody and parenting time plan that will benefit your children is one of your...

How Do I Get Divorced if We Never Got Married?

More and more people live together, have children, and share their lives without ever getting a marriage license. If you’ve been living together and are now...

How Does Social Media Affect Divorce ?

Social media is probably a big part of your life, but now that you’re thinking about getting a divorce, you may be wondering if your online life could affect...

Why Should I Choose a Certified Matrimonial Attorney for my Divorce?

There are more than 17,000 attorneys who are members of the New Jersey Bar Association. An overwhelming number of attorneys practice matrimonial law in N.J....

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Possession of the Marital Residence While a Divorce is Pending

Case Study: Possession of the Marital Residence While a Divorce is Pending

In many cases of divorce, one of the most contested aspects is the issue of the marital residence. Oftentimes, parties who are divorcing do not want to reside together while they are going through the divorce, yet they may be

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How Can Your Divorce and College Expenses Affect Your Settlement?

How Can Your Divorce and College Expenses Affect Your Settlement?

Parents of college-bound children, take note: The law in New Jersey requires all divorced parents to contribute to their children’s college educations. Although there are a number of factors that are considered in determining what the appropriate amount of the

November 26, 2018 Read More

Case Study: Restraining Orders versus Civil Restraints

Case Study: Restraining Orders versus Civil Restraints

Victims of domestic violence are typically advised by the police departments responding to their matters that they have the right to pursue a temporary restraining order. A temporary restraining order can be obtained either by phone with a municipal court

November 20, 2018 Read More

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