Whether you are anticipating the joys of adoption or experiencing the frustrations of marital conflict, we can help. We have served families in the Clifton area for 10 years. My office provides legal services in all areas of family law, including:
- Alimony, spousal support
- Child abuse cases involving parental rights involving the Div. of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly DYFS)
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Child support modification and enforcement
- Pre- and post-nuptial agreements
Divorce should not lead to financial crises. We can help you establish an equitable amount of spousal support.
Child custody and visitation
We can protect your parental rights to raise your children in an appropriate and supportive home.
We can help ensure that you receive or pay an equitable amount of the financial support required to raise your children in a healthy, happy environment.
Child support modification and enforcement
Child support payments do not change unless the court modifies the child support order. If either the custodial or noncustodial parent experiences a significant change in circumstances, our attorneys can guide you through the proper legal procedures to modify your child support payments accordingly.
Through mediation or litigation, my divorce law firm can help you gain the most equitable results from your divorce, including fair distribution of assets, division of marital home, child support payments and child custody rights.
Pre- and post-nuptial agreements
We expect the unexpected and drafts premarital agreements that protect both spouses’ interests and that can alleviate some of the stress should you ever divorce.
Child Abuse Cases
I have experience dealing with the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS) for the past eight years as both a trial attorney and an appellate attorney. It is especially important, when dealing with the Division, to retain an attorney who is experienced with the workings of the Division and the particularities of how the law applies in court cases involving the Division (Children in Court).