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Burlington County Divorce Lawyer

If you and your spouse are "going your separate ways," there are dozens of matters to attend to, from splitting your property and finances to the logistics of co-parenting. It is important to work with an attorney who is attuned to your goals and unique circumstances. It is important to have an attorney who can stand up for you when it counts without needlessly litigating.

The family law attorneys of Donnelly Ritigstein provide compassionate guidance and strategic representation for the complex issues of getting divorced. We represent men and women, including high net worth clients, in Haddonfield, Moorestown, Cherry Hill, Mt. Laurel and surrounding areas of Camden County, Burlington County and Gloucester County.

Divorce And Separation In South Jersey

Our lawyers will spend time to explain your rights and options regarding the dissolution of marriage in New Jersey. Depending on your circumstances, you might be a candidate for:

Legal separation — Although New Jersey does not have recognized legal separation, per se, couples sometimes choose to live apart but remain legally married, for religious reasons or to continue health insurance for a spouse. Through separation agreements or court orders, we can help you address such issues as custody arrangements, financial support, possession of the house, and marital accounts and assets.

Uncontested divorce — If you and your spouse agree on all matters pertaining to custody, support, property and debt, a judge can dissolve your marriage in a matter of days. We can assist in drawing up or reviewing the property settlement agreement or marital settlement agreement to ensure that your issues are resolved in a comprehensive and final manner.

Contested divorce — If you cannot reach an amicable agreement on all of the issues, or if you have complicated factors in the distribution of your marital estate, it may be necessary for a court to rule. Our role is to make sure that the court has accurate information and to advocate for your parental rights, your fair share of the estate and a fair level of support.

We are familiar with the factors that may come into play in your divorce proceedings:

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We provide a confidential consultation, free of charge to residents in Camden and Burlington counties. Call 856-324-6147 or (toll free) 866-907-6368 to schedule an appointment with our Camden County divorce attorneys.