Getting divorced means that you are faced with many issues that are life altering: Am I entitled to alimony? Will I have to pay alimony? How much child support will a pay? How much child support will I receive? How often can I see my children? Can I keep my home? What assets do I get to keep? What debts will I be responsible to pay? How much of my retirement will my spouse receive? These and other questions will ultimately be resolved through the divorce process. With the assistance of an experienced attorney you will be able to understand what options you have. You will be able to make those difficult decisions that will help you get on with your life. At The Brown DePinto Law Firm we want to help you in this process. We want to reduce your stress and anxiety by providing aggressive, competent legal counseling so that you are confident that you are being properly represented and will achieve the results you desire. Call today to make an appointment.
The Brown DePinto Law Firm maintains a full service divorce and family law practice throughout central New Jersey. The firm’s attorneys have experience in all facets of family law and can protect your rights. For a person dealing with divorce, the stress and anxiety can be enormous and difficult to deal with. As your attorneys, one of our goals will be to try to relieve some of your anxiety and provide you with a plan of action to move forward with your life. We understand that we will become involved in some of the most private details of your life and we want to assure you that these details will be handled with the utmost professionalism. We will explain to you what the status of the law is as it relates to your case so you don’t have to rely upon what you’ve heard from well meaning friends and family. Our representation will be aggressive and it will be performed professionally with your involvement.
Custody & Parenting Time
Post Judgement Enforcement & Modifications
The firm handles not only divorce cases, but all other cases related to family law. These include:
- Hearings to determine child support
- Hearings related to alimony/spousal support
- Hearings related to custody and parenting time
- Post judgment enforcement and modification hearings
- DYFS matters.
- Removal of children from the state
- Applications to emancipate a child or un-emancipate a child