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Divorce Lawyer Located In Eatontown, Represents Clients In Monmouth, Middlesex And Throughout Central New Jersey

Dedicated and Affordable Contested and Uncontested Divorce Representation

Divorce can be a complex and emotionally charged process. There are many issues that must be addressed in order to see that the process, and marriage, comes to an end. A knowledgeable divorce lawyer can work closely with you to see that your rights and interests are protected throughout the course of reaching a divorce agreement or settlement.

At the Law Office of Joy Anderson, LLC, our lawyer, Joy Anderson, has extensive experience handling all aspects of the divorce process for clients in Eatontown, Monmouth County and across Central New Jersey. Our firm can assist you in understanding your options, obligations and the potential resolutions that may impact your life, now and into the future.

To reach our office and discuss your divorce concerns, contact us online or by phone, calling 732-935-0666 .

  • Property division: In New Jersey, property is divided according to the laws of equitable distribution. This means that assets and property are split between the spouses in an equal and fair manner. However, this does not always mean 50-50. It is important to note that debts are also divided in the course of dividing property and assets.
  • Spousal support: Also sometimes called alimony or spousal maintenance, spousal support is the amount of money that one spouse is ordered to pay to the other during and after the divorce. Though spousal support is not awarded in every case, when it is, the courts consider a variety of factors before determining a set amount, such as length of the marriage, age of the parties, income level of the parties and contributions to the marriage.
  • Child support and child custody: It is important that the needs of children be placed at the forefront of any divorce case in which the separating parties have children together. Child support is determined by using statute-set guidelines and formula, while child custody is determined through thorough examination of what it is in the best interests of the children.

We can also handle any post-divorce decree modifications that need to be made to orders that were created in the divorce process.

Contact An Eatontown Divorce Attorney Today

Contact us to learn more about how our office can help you through the divorce process. Our office is conveniently located on Main Street, adjoining the Eatontown Municipal County Complex. We offer appointments during our regular office hours, and evening and weekend appointments are available upon special request.

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