1. Divorce Attorneys North Brunswick New Jersey
At Borrus, Goldin, Foley, Vignuolo, Hyman & Stahl, P.C., we are always committed to helping families and parents, and in protecting children who are part of a divorce or custody proceeding. Our strong network of professionals in and outside the legal community allows us to provide a comprehensive approach to our clients’ family issues. From our North Brunswick office, we represent clients in the Central New Jersey counties of Middlesex, Somerset, Monmouth, Mercer and Union.
Our attorneys represent clients in a full range of family law matters such as:
Visitation and Placement
Premarital, Prenuptial and Antenuptial Agreements
Palimony and Agreements for Support
Maintenance or Spousal Support
Post Judgment Modifications
Division of Retirement Assets
Marital Property and Property Division Issues
In divorce and child custody cases in particular, the adversarial process has increased tensions between the parties that do not abate even when the process is complete. We approach family law matters with knowledge, experience and an aggressive and proactive style, but we also believe in reasonableness and cooperation, and we adjust our representation to suit the needs of any particular client.
Non-adversarial alternatives, such as arbitration and mandatory mediation are often imposed by state courts in an attempt to save time and money and preserve relationships to the extent possible. Mediation and other Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes provide an option for those who prefer to stay out of court. ADR provides many potential advantages for most cases, including reduced cost, faster resolution, less emotional stress and the ability to construct solutions that are outside of the authority of the courts.
We advise clients on arbitration, dispute resolution, mediation, mini-trials and private judging. Our lawyers have extensive expertise in determining when a form of ADR is in the best interest of clients and routinely advise clients on the legal consequences flowing from particular terms and conditions of all ADR options.
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