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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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Common Misconceptions About Divorce Law In New Jersey

With the internet readily at your fingertips, it’s never been easier to search for just about anything that comes to mind – including divorce facts or...

What You Should Know About How Child Support Is Calculated In NJ

In theory, calculating child support should be one of the most straightforward aspects of the divorce process. Child support, in New Jersey, is calculated...

Helping Your Kids Through Their First Split Christmas Following Your Divorce

For most divorced families, splitting the holidays is an emotionally wrenching task, especially when an idyllic, picture-perfect holiday season is all you’ve...

How To Make Sure Your Recent Divorce Doesn’t Ruin Your Holiday Season

The holiday season can be stressful for anyone; but throw in a divorce, and the winter months can be downright awful. Believe it or not, though, your role as...

3 Reasons Why You Want To Avoid Family Court If Possible

People are often concerned about what happens in family court, as it can be an overwhelming and scary world. Divorce affects not only you as an individual, but...

3 Important Things To Know About Divorce Law In New Jersey

People who are considering divorce generally have a lot of questions and are looking for basic divorce facts prior to initially meeting with a family law...

How To Make Sure You Get The Most Out Of Your Divorce Settlement

When negotiating a settlement agreement with your spouse, it is important that you include a complete resolution of all of the issues in your case.  Your...

Our Best Tips for Peacefully Getting Through A Contested Divorce

When parties file a Complaint for Divorce they must file under one of the “causes of action”, meaning the basis for the divorce.  The most common cause of...

3 Ideas To Help You In Coping With Divorce

Divorce is an emotional and difficult experience no matter your age or financial security.  It is the dissolution of an important family bond that has likely...

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,...

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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

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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

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