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FAMILY LAW

ENDING A MARRIAGE AND DIVIDING PROPERTY IN NEW JERSEY

Moving Forward with Your Life When the Marriage Is Over:

It is never easy to face the prospect of starting over, but when the alternative is staying in an abusive or unworkable situation, it's time to face facts and take action. At the law offices of Taenzer, Ettenson, Stockton & Aberant, p.c., we help people through the process of divorce so they can begin life anew.

To speak to divorce attorney Christopher R. Stockton about your situation, call (856) 235-1234. We help people with divorce, legal separation, annulment, and the division of property that comes along with dissolution of marriages.

New Jersey Divorce

New Jersey is a no-fault divorce state, so a person can now get divorced because of irreconcilable differences with no need to demonstrate that someone was at fault. But there still are actions that could be considered fault, and those can influence the judge's decision.

At Taenzer, Ettenson, Stockton & Aberant, p.c., we believe that we serve your interests best when we work tenaciously to settle your case before it goes to a family law judge. Going to divorce court is more costly and you have less control over the outcome of your case if it is up to the judge to decide. Whenever possible, we empower our clients to help shape the agreements that will affect their future. When helpful, we participate in the collaborative law process.

Not every case can be settled or negotiated outside of court. If the other party is being unreasonable, domestic violence is an issue, or no acceptable compromise is possible, we will zealously argue your case in divorce court.

Division of Marital Property, Assets, and Debts

A fair and reasonable division of property can only be reached when both parties have an accurate understanding of the value of existing assets and debts. We make sure that our clients have complete and accurate information when they enter into negotiations or when we take a property division case to court. That can mean using expert resources to track missing income or property, or to give an accurate valuation of property.

We also work with clients who have post-divorce property disputes and debt concerns. We can often take your case back to court to get a prior court order modified or set aside.


REACHING AGREEMENT ON NEW JERSY CHILD CUSTODY AND CHILD SUPPORT

Helping Children and Parents during and after Divorce

Child custody decisions are not only the most omplex and emotional part of most divorces, a poor custody agreement can make it difficult for both you and your child to move on.

  • Are you stuck trying to co-parent with an unreasonable ex?

  • Are you struggling to make ends meet financially because you are not getting the child support you are owed?

  • Is your relationship with your children suffering because the other parent is preventing visitation?

    Christopher R. Stockton, Esq., the family law attorney and Moorestown Mediation Center principal divorce mediator at Taenzer, Ettenson, Stockton & Aberant, p.c. can help parents reach property distribution, child custody and support agreements that set them on a path for a successful, stable home life. Christopher Stockton's practice is concentrated in family law related areas.

    We help parents who are seeking a New Jersey child custody and child support order at the time of divorce, or in a paternity case. We also help grandparents assert their rights to visit with grandchildren.

    New Jersey Parenting Time: Child Custody and Visitation

    Whenever possible, it benefits both parents and children to reach a child custody and visitation agreement on their own by working with a skilled and experienced family law attorney such as Christopher Stockton. No one loves your child or understands your family's needs the way you do. It is unlikely that a family court judge will be able to decide these issues to the mutual satisfaction of both parties. That is why we encourage our clients to participate in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedures such as Divorce Mediation.

    At Taenzer, Ettenson, Stockton & Aberant, p.c, we work hard to help our clients settle differences without the stress and pressure of court. We have access to a variety of expert resources to help you get there, if needed.

    Are you a dad who wants custody of his children? Many fathers think they have no chance of being awarded custody of their children, so they never try. If you are willing to step up to the plate to take on primary responsibility for your children, and you have been actively involved in their life and have a good relationship, you may have a good case for custody. Don't assume you can't get a positive outcome in your child custody case. Christopher Stockton, experienced as a child custody lawyer, is here to fight for your rights.

    New Jersey Child Support

    In New Jersey, Child support is determined by state Child Support Guidelines, and there is not a lot of "wiggle room" when the judge sets your child support order. However, having a support order and actually getting support are two different things.

    If you are having trouble getting the child support you are owed, the more you delay, the worse the problem is likely to get. It is best to hold the non-paying parent accountable right away to increase the chance you will get the full support you are owed.

    Do you owe back child support you can't pay? Take action now! The penalties are strict for nonpayment of child support orders, and you could find yourself without a driver's or professional license or in jail.

    Whatever your child support or custody issue, make the decision today to take control of creating a better future for yourself and your child. Contact Taenzer, Ettenson, Stockton & Aberant, p.c. for a consultation and supportive, skilled legal help to reach successful custody agreements and get your child the support your child needs to grow.
    Link: http://www.moorestownmediation.com


  • Divorce/support/visitation

    ENDING A MARRIAGE AND DIVIDING PROPERTY IN NEW JERSEY
    Moving Forward with Your Life When the Marriage Is Over


    At the law offices of Taenzer, Ettenson, Stockton & Aberant, p.c., if at all possible, we help our clients by negotiating with their spouse's attorneys to divide property acquired during the marriage without incurring unnecessary expense attenant to litigation. We encourage clients, where the situation warrants to consider Divorce Mediation. Having extensive experience in matrimonial litigation and having served as mediators in connection with Matrimonial Early Settlement panels, we will recommend a settlement when it meets our client's wishes and comports with their entitlement should the case have proceeded to trial. Our goal is always to be part of the solution and not to be part of the problem through obstruction and delay with the aim of frustrating our client's adversary

    To speak to divorce attorney and Divorce Mediator Christopher R. Stockton about your situation. Call (856) 235-1234. We help people with divorce, legal separation, and annulment, and the division of property that comes along with dissolution of marriages. Chris is also a principal of Moorestown Mediation Center, LLC. The Web site link is: http://www.moorestownmediation.com

    New Jersey Divorce
    New Jersey is a no-fault divorce state, so a person can now get divorced because of 'irreconcilable differences' with no need to demonstrate that someone was at fault. But there still are actions that could be considered 'fault,' and those can have an influence on the judge's decision and child custody.

    Taenzer, Ettenson, Stockton & Aberant, p.c., we believe that we serve your interests best when we work tenaciously to settle your case before it goes to a family law judge. Going to divorce court is more costly, and you have less control over the outcome of your case, when it is up to the judge to decide. Whenever possible, we empower our clients to help shape the agreements that will affect their future. When helpful, we participate in the collaborative law process.

    Not every case can be settled or negotiated outside of court. When the other party is being unreasonable, domestic violence is an issue, or no acceptable compromise is possible, we will zealously argue your case in divorce court.
    Link: http://www.moorestownmediation.com


  • Property distribution

    Division of Marital Property, Assets, and Debts
    A fair and reasonable division of property can only be reached when both parties have an accurate understanding of the value of existing assets and debts. We make sure that our clients have complete and accurate information when they enter into negotiations or when we take a property division case to court. That can mean using expert resources to track missing income or property, or to give an accurate valuation of property.

    We also work with clients who have post-divorce property disputes and debt concerns. We can often take your case back to court to get a prior court order modified or set aside.


  • Adoption

    Our office is well versed in adult and child adoption matters. These are matters which bring much happiness to our clients and provide a wonderful experience for both attorneys and clients.




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