The most challenging part of any divorce is ‘keeping your eye on the ball’. As emotions roil and wounds fester, people need to pause, catch their breath, and examine their lives and current situation from a more placid perspective. Our Monmouth county divorce attorneys will help you think calmly and clearly about matters that will have a long-term impact on your life, the lives of your children, and on the lives of those you care about. They will help you address both your immediate concerns, such as child care and custody, interim finances, and allegations of domestic violence while helping you keep a clear eye on your long-term concerns such as property distribution, insurance, joint debts, custody, parenting time, child support, and alimony.
The law firm of Atkinson & DeBartolo, P.C. will provide realistic advice and faithful representation regarding:
- Child custody and parenting rights
- Child support
- Medical and Life Insurance
- Restraining orders and charges of domestic violence
- Financial responsibilities, including joint debts
- Equitable division of property, assets, and liabilities, including the selling of your residence
- Living arrangements while separated
- Partners in a Civil Union
- Temporary orders
- Divorce-related bankruptcy
- Changing of the Will and Testament and Powers of Attorney
Atkinson & DeBartolo, P.C. will be your guide through either a dissolution (uncontested divorce) or a hotly contested divorce proceeding. We have helped many high earners and/or high net worth individuals, and have both the knowledge and experience to smooth out the unique issues which come with a high-value divorce. We know how and when to employ professionals to evaluate businesses, find hidden assets or income, determine lifestyle needs, and uncover pensions, stock options, and other relevant items.
Our goal is to minimize litigation while limiting the emotional and financial impact of the divorce proceedings on you and your children. However, our Monmouth County divorce attorneys will not hesitate to advocate for you passionately and persuasively if your best interests are served by arguing in court.