Jersey City Parental Relocation Attorney

Jersey City Parental Relocation Attorney

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    Jersey City Parental Relocation Attorney

    Jersey City Parental Relocation Attorney

    Do you need legal help?

      Jersey City Parental Relocation Attorney

      Jersey City Parental Relocation Attorney

      Do you need legal help?

        Our Experienced Lawyers Are Here For You

        At Freeman Law Center, LLC, we work in a variety of legal fields on behalf of the people and businesses throughout northern New Jersey.

        Firm Overview

        Brian Freeman

        Partner

        New Jersey Attorney Kisha Pinnock

        Kisha J. Pinnock

        Associate

        Firm Overview

        Michael J. Cicala

        Of Counsel

        Firm Overview

        Nilaja Ford

        Of Counsel

        Michael Wiseberg

        Of Counsel

        Experienced New Jersey Attorneys

        Mr. Freeman represented me in a child custody case during the beginning of difficult times of Covid. As a father, I was at first worried about what the outcome of the case Maybe. However, Mr. Freeman assured me he would get me my rights.

        Thanks to knowledgeable Mr. Freeman and his professional staff, I was granted my rights. Cindy & Mr. Freeman were able to answer all my questions without delay. Highly recommend!

        SAM BEAST

        I was fortunate to retain Brian to represent me in my divorce case. He was aggressive in court and fought hard for me to protect my relationship with my daughters. This was a bitter and nasty fight but he was more than up to the task. In the end I felt like I won the war.

        In my opinion he is a great lawyer and very compassionate, I would recommend to anyone who needs a divorce lawyer.

        CLIENT

        If you need a great family lawyer I recommend the freeman law center without hesitation. My life was a complete shambles because of the divorce I had to go through I didn’t know that i could feel so bad. The efforts that I received from Brian was outstanding and I can’t put in words how much I appreciated the way I was treated by his staff.

        Their slogan “Quality and Commitment” was not just words it was action.

        RON THATCHER

        Experienced New Jersey Attorneys

        Mr. Freeman represented me in a child custody case during the beginning of difficult times of Covid. As a father, I was at first worried about what the outcome of the case Maybe. However, Mr. Freeman assured me he would get me my rights.

        Thanks to knowledgeable Mr. Freeman and his professional staff, I was granted my rights. Cindy & Mr. Freeman were able to answer all my questions without delay. Highly recommend!

        SAM BEAST

        I was fortunate to retain Brian to represent me in my divorce case. He was aggressive in court and fought hard for me to protect my relationship with my daughters. This was a bitter and nasty fight but he was more than up to the task. In the end I felt like I won the war.

        In my opinion he is a great lawyer and very compassionate, I would recommend to anyone who needs a divorce lawyer.

        CLIENT

        If you need a great family lawyer I recommend the freeman law center without hesitation. My life was a complete shambles because of the divorce I had to go through I didn’t know that i could feel so bad. The efforts that I received from Brian was outstanding and I can’t put in words how much I appreciated the way I was treated by his staff.

        Their slogan “Quality and Commitment” was not just words it was action.

        RON THATCHER

        Mr. Freeman represented me in a child custody case during the beginning of difficult times of Covid. As a father, I was at first worried about what the outcome of the case Maybe. However, Mr. Freeman assured me he would get me my rights.

        Thanks to knowledgeable Mr. Freeman and his professional staff, I was granted my rights. Cindy & Mr. Freeman were able to answer all my questions without delay. Highly recommend!

        SAM BEAST

        I was fortunate to retain Brian to represent me in my divorce case. He was aggressive in court and fought hard for me to protect my relationship with my daughters. This was a bitter and nasty fight but he was more than up to the task. In the end I felt like I won the war.

        In my opinion he is a great lawyer and very compassionate, I would recommend to anyone who needs a divorce lawyer.

        CLIENT

        If you need a great family lawyer I recommend the freeman law center without hesitation. My life was a complete shambles because of the divorce I had to go through I didn’t know that i could feel so bad. The efforts that I received from Brian was outstanding and I can’t put in words how much I appreciated the way I was treated by his staff.

        Their slogan “Quality and Commitment” was not just words it was action.

        RON THATCHER

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        Jersey City Parental Relocation Attorney

        Are you a parent who wishes to relocate with your child? Are you facing a difficult child custody and visitation dispute? Our Jersey City Parental Relocation Attorney can safeguard you through this tough legal process. We have over 30 years of experience handling family law matters. Call today for a free case review.Jersey City Parental Relocation AttorneyIt’s a fact of life — lives change. People get new jobs. Ex-spouses remarry. Children grow up. Parents move.Download Our Free Divorce GuideWhen a divorced parent wishes to move out of the state or country with his or her child, the issue becomes a complicated legal matter. Whether you are a parent who wishes to move and take your child with you, or your child’s mother or father is planning on moving and taking your child with them, contact Freeman Law Center, LLC.We offer a free consultation. Call our Jersey City parental relocation attorney at (201) 222-7765.

        The Process

        Our Jersey City parental relocation attorney understand that children benefit from having close relationships with both parents. We help parents dealing with relocation, while working towards an arrangement that ultimately benefits the child.For a child move-away or parental relocation to be granted, there has to be a compelling reason. If a parent wants to leave New Jersey, they must petition to the court to move out of state. If the court grants permission, the other parent now has the opportunity to object. Both parents have to agree to the terms of the relocation.

        What is Considered?

        Many issues are considered when making legal decisions about parental relocation, including:

        • whether the parent has a compelling reason to move (for example, remarrying, new job, military duties, etc.)
        • how the move will affect the child or children’s education
        • how the move will affect the child’s relationship with other parent and family members

        If the non-custodial parent is objecting to the move, the courts will consider his or her reasoning. All decisions about the relocation are made in the best interests of the child. Therefore, the courts pay special attention to the relationship of the parents, and whether this is affecting the decision to object to the move.

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        Divorce FAQs

        What are grounds for divorce in New Jersey?

        Some of the most common grounds for divorce are:

        • Mental cruelty
        • Physical cruelty
        • Desertion
        • Adultery
        • Irreconcilable differences

        Some of these grounds for divorce can be difficult, time consuming, and costly to prove. Because of that, by far the most common grounds for divorces filed in New Jersey is “irreconcilable differences.” To prove this, the court only requires you to prove that you and your spouse have been unable to get along for six months.

        How long will it take to get divorced?

        Time frames for divorce proceedings vary, and any cookie cutter estimates will be unreliable. A divorce could be finalized in under a month, or it could drag on well past a year. The amount of time a divorce takes will depend upon the facts of the case and the willingness of both parties to communicate and to compromise. An experienced divorce attorney will be able to give you a more precise and reasonable estimate after examining your circumstances at an initial consultation.

        What will my divorce cost me?

        Time and cost are usually the first questions on anybody’s mind. In most divorce cases the two are related in direct proportion. It surprises some to know that the cost of a divorce isn’t necessarily tied to the value of the assets involved. A potentially complicated divorce involving many valueable assets, property, and children could be resolved inexpensively if the parties come to an agreement before filing, or early in the process. Because most attorneys bill by the hour, the longer two spouses drag on negotiations, the more expensive the divorce becomes for both parties.The cost of an uncontested divorce in New Jersey will typically start around $1,500.00, plus the filing fee. If the divorce is contested and there are assets and issues such as custody and child support, the initial retainer could range from $3,500.00 to $5,000.00, or more depending on the circumstances. A long and fiercely contested divorce could cost as much as $15-20,000.

        How do I respond to divorce papers?

        In New Jersey, if you’ve been served with a summons of complaint for divorce, you should consult a family law attorney immediately. You only have 35 days to respond to the complaint – that means filing an answer and a counter claim. You cannot delay to protect your rights, including control over your assets and custody of your children. If your spouse has filed a complaint, that means he or she has already consulted with an attorney about the particulars of your shared lifestyle and finances, considered strategy and drafted a set of demands. You shouldn’t wait to get an experienced attorney on your side, too. Seek that counsel, and let your attorney handle the official response.

        Will I need to take my case to a trial?

        Most divorce cases in New Jersey never make it to a trial. If the parties come to an agreement, one party can waive his or her right to an appearance, avoiding the need to go to court. Some New Jersey counties allow settlement without either party appearing in court. If there is a “default” case, when one party doesn’t answer the other party’s complaint, the filing party would have to make a very brief appearance in court to enter facts into the record before the judge comes to a decision.

        I’m unhappy with the result of my trial. Can I appeal?

        In New Jersey, you have 45 days to appeal the verdict of a case. If you appeal, the Appellate Court will take on your case. The Appellate Court may “vacate,” or make legally void, the judge’s decision in your case. If you do not file an appeal within the 45 day window, the Martial Separation Agreement (MSA) spelling out the terms of your divorce will be final and cannot be overturned. You can revise an MSA and negotiate new terms, but that requires the cooperation of your former spouse.

        Contact Our Jersey City Office

        Are you a parent who wishes to relocate with your child? Do you have a child removal dispute? Are you facing a difficult child custody and visitation dispute?Contact Jersey City parental relocation attorney to schedule a free consultation.