Divorce Lawyer Serving New Jersey
Financial Aspects Of Dissolution And Divorce From Experienced Family Law Attorneys
Financially, divorces and dissolutions of civil unions are similar to dissolution of a business. It is extremely important that all combined assets and debts are accurately classified and valued prior to the equitable distribution process. The terms of the property settlement agreement, alimony and child support should be negotiated in light of long-term tax consequences and any special circumstances. Depending on our client’s situation, our lawyers may call on top accounting forensics experts, certified public accountants, business valuation experts and financial advisers to assist in the process.
Divorce And Dissolution: Mediation, Collaborative Law Or Trial?
Uncontrolled legal expenses are an unnecessary drain on the partnership estate, and litigation is an emotionally exhausting process. Attorney Hanan Isaacs was an early advocate of mediation and other alternative dispute resolution processes as the least harmful, most economical approach to resolving all or some of the points of disagreement during dissolution and divorce.
Attorney Hanan Isaacs is also trained in the collaborative law process in New Jersey. Collaborative law is a relatively recent form of alternative dispute resolution that can guide you and your family to a successful resolution. In collaborative law, each party is represented by counsel and all parties, counsel included, make a firm commitment to reach an amicable agreement together. If either party chooses to abandon the approach and files a claim in court, then each party must find a new attorney to represent his or her interests in litigation.
Mediation and other collaborative processes are appropriate only if both spouses are willing to work together in a neutral environment. When it is necessary to protect our clients’ best interests, Mr. Isaacs and attorney Misty Avallone, both experienced and successful advocates, are prepared to represent them in mediation, at arbitration, in a collaborative setting or before the trial courts.
“Divorce is a messy situation that can get the worst out of anyone involved. With Hanan and his team on your side, you will cross this stormy water to a realistic, fair, humane solution.” – Natasha S.
When Can I File For Divorce In New Jersey?
Depending on the grounds for dissolution or divorce — irreconcilable differences, adultery, chronic alcohol or drug abuse, abandonment or other grounds —our lawyers will file your petition for divorce immediately. Every situation is unique and should be evaluated by a lawyer with extensive experience in New Jersey family law.
Contact An Attorney
If you would like to speak to a member of our firm regarding divorce or dissolution of a civil union, or if you have any other question about our practice, please contact our office to arrange a consultation. We accept credit cards and offer general appointments from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, plus evening appointments during the week by pre-arrangement only.
- In the Matter of Adoption by Max Major (2014)
- Linda Wilson v. John Wilson (2014)
- Lincoln v. Lincoln (2013)
- Amy Ocampo v. Michael Ocampo (2013)
- Jane Doe v. John Roe (2012)
- Segal v. Lynch (NJ Supreme Court)
- Segal v. Lynch (2012)
- Kathleen Lee v. Randy Lee (2011)
- Giglio v. Roe, Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division (2007)
- Isaacson v. Isaacson, 348 N.J. Super. 560 (App. Div.), certif. denied, 174 N.J. 364 (2002)
- Fawzy v. Fawzy (2009)