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Domestic litigation requires a skilled lawyer to protect your property and advocate your rights
Divorce and its corollary subjects are arduous events to live through – unfortunately, matters aren’t any easier in the courtroom. As your attorney, I exhaust every opportunity to uncover your entitlements as well as guard you from losing what is rightfully yours.
Domestic disputes are often mired in layers of complexity, especially concerning financial structures and investment vehicles. It is critical to have a practiced lawyer that can perform the necessary analyses to decipher which assets belong to you.
When you and your family are going through a transition or difficult time that involves a family law matter, our family law attorney will take the time to listen and advise on the best solutions for your particular case. Whether you are going through a divorce, a child custody dispute, a spousal or child support dispute, a domestic violence matter, or any other issue that falls under the umbrella of family law, our family law attorney Paul N. Mirabelli will provide the knowledge, tools, and resources to help navigate your circumstance.
At the law office of Paul N. Mirabelli, ESQ., you will find a compassionate family law attorney who is committed to protecting his clients’ best interests and procuring favorable results. With an office in Hazlet, NJ, attorney Paul N. Mirabelli serves clients throughout Monmouth County and Middlesex County.
Many who experience divorce often feel as though they have no control over their lives. It is no secret that divorce can bring about much emotional pain, financial hardship, and overall distress. When a marriage ends, couples face the reality of addressing how their dissolution and choices will affect their children, assets, and finances. A knowledgeable divorce attorney can guide you through the divorce process and help create a solution that fits your family’s needs.
Not all couples are able to part amicably. The truth is that many couples find it difficult to establish an agreeable plan and division that suits everyone involved. When you do not meet eye to eye, it is beneficial to seek the guidance of an experienced divorce attorney to assist you with the division of assets and finances, child custody, child support, and spousal support.
Raising children requires a lot of responsibility. Part of that responsibility is the ability to provide for them financially. When parents decide to divorce, the finances that were shared in the household are not always split equally. In many households, it is not unusual for one parent to make significantly more money than the other. When this occurs, and parents are divorcing, a child support attorney should be consulted. A skilled child support attorney can assess your case and identify the appropriate measures to take. In many cases, the parent with the higher income usually has to furnish child support payments. However, it is important to consider that many factors will dictate who is responsible for rendering support and how much support is necessary.
Domestic violence is a serious matter. When domestic violence is an issue in a divorce case or other family law related matter, it is imperative to enlist a domestic violence lawyer for legal assistance. Domestic violence can impact the way a divorce or family law matter is pursued. It can affect child custody arrangements and enforce protective orders in a divorce. If domestic violence exists in your family law case, our domestic violence lawyer is prepared to represent you. Whether you need to file a complaint for domestic violence or representing your interests at a hearing, our domestic violence attorney is here to assist you.
- Why Would Someone Want A Post-Divorce Modification Of A Family Court Order?
- Can Division Of Assets And Debts Be Modified After A Divorce Has Been Finalized?
- How Do I Stop Comingling Assets If I Plan To Divorce?
- How Can I Protect My Interests Before Commencing A Divorce?
- What Options Do Couples Have When Proceeding With A Divorce In New Jersey?
- What Happens After Someone Files For Divorce In New Jersey?
- How Long Does The Divorce Process Generally Take in New Jersey?
- Does A Person Have To Pay For The College Costs For Their Child?
- How Is Alimony Decided In A Divorce In New Jersey?
- Can Alimony Or Child Support Be Modified?
- What Factors Impact Distribution Of Assets In A Divorce Case?
- Can Spousal Support And Child Support Be Modified After A Divorce?
- Why Would Someone Change Their Final Divorce Decree?
- What Should I Do If I Suspect My Spouse Is Going To File For Divorce?
As a solo practitioner embedded in the local community, I also understand the abhorrence felt at the prospect of losing a child. For decades I have fought to protect parents’ rights.
I handle the following cases:
- High-Conflict Custody Disputes
- Visitation Rights,
- Pousal/Child Support
- Other Domestic Legal Issues.