What to Know About Divorce Litigation

What to Know About Divorce Litigation

What to Know About Divorce Litigation

What to Know About Divorce LitigationOur experienced New Jersey divorce attorney explains what to know about divorce litigation. If you are involved in a contested divorce in which you and your ex-spouse cannot agree on the terms and conditions of the separation, please contact our office today. Let our experience work for you.

What to Know About Divorce Litigation

In divorce litigation, a judge makes all the decisions regarding the divorce proceedings. This happens when divorcing couples cannot agree on terms and other divorce methods have failed. This process begins when one party files a divorce complaint with the court, after which the court system sets a schedule for proceedings. Once the process is initiated the courts have the power to issue and enforce orders, set levels of support, and dispose of, or freeze assets, as well as take any other related actions to prepare the case for trial. Litigation may be required in a contested divorce, even when parties are civil, but child custody or finances or property are involved.

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What to Know About Divorce Litigation

Litigation is the most common method of obtaining a divorce, wherein a judge decides every condition of settlement. This process begins when one party files a complaint with the court, after which the court system sets a schedule for proceedings. Once the process is initiated the courts have the power to issue and enforce orders, set levels of support, and dispose of or freeze assets, as well as take any other related actions to prepare the case for trial.

Are you or a loved one considering divorce and have questions about how a New Jersey divorce litigation attorney can help? Contact Bart W. Lombardo, Esq. today to arrange a free confidential consultation and let him put your mind at ease.

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