Legal matters involving family can be challenging in many ways. Issues related to divorce and child custody can be emotionally upsetting, but there are important decisions to be made. These decisions can affect your family relationships and financial future. It’s important to have an experienced lawyer on your side.
The attorneys at Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor, LLC handle many cases involving family law in Camden, Gloucester, and Burlington counties and throughout the State of New Jersey. We understand how difficult these situations can be for everyone involved and approach each case with care and commitment. No matter how contentious your situation is, we can help you navigate the legal process every step of the way. Our goal is to help you find the best possible resolution of your legal matter that helps protect your interests and your goals.
Family disputes can be complicated, confusing, and stressful. We offer legal representation that is compassionate, trusted and determined.
Learn more about how we can help you through this difficult time. If you are going through a divorce or another family legal matter, contact us to schedule an initial consultation.
Getting a divorce can be difficult, both emotionally and financially. You may find the legal process intimidating and wonder what your future is going to be like. Whatever the circumstances of your divorce, you need an experienced attorney to help guide you through the process and protect your interests.
Our attorneys have a thorough knowledge of New Jersey divorce laws and understand the obstacles that people encounter. We’re ready to work with you to determine your goals, needs and concerns regarding the dissolution of your marriage. We can help you develop an effective strategy designed to help you reach a resolution that is best for everyone involved, whether that’s through mediation, collaborative divorce, or litigation.
One of the most difficult and often contentious issues in divorce is child custody. The rights of both parents must be considered before decisions are made regarding joint legal custody, sole legal custody, primary residential custody, or shared residential custody. There may be additional decisions to be made regarding parenting time and visitation.
A court will base its decision on the best interests of the child, but both parties can work on reaching their own agreement without court involvement. You or your child’s other parent may also be seeking modifications to an existing agreement or court order.
Our lawyers can clearly explain your parental rights, options, and obligations regarding child custody. We know that emotions can run high during child custody disputes. We will consider your child’s best interests and work toward a solution that meets your needs and goals.
Spousal support, or alimony, is a key issue that needs to be worked out during a divorce. Is one party entitled to alimony? If so, how much? Determining the answers to these questions can be complicated. There are many factors to consider, including the duration of the marriage, age and health of each party, the standard of living established during the marriage and the income earned by each party.
In addition, situations in people’s lives can change, and one party can seek to modify or terminate an existing arrangement.
Our attorneys are well-versed in New Jersey spousal support and alimony laws. We can listen to your priorities and concerns and work on a strategy that identifies the most appropriate type and amount of spousal support to minimize the financial impact of the divorce so you can move forward in your life.
Cases involving domestic violence are taken very seriously in New Jersey. Domestic violence can take a tremendous physical, emotional, and psychological toll on family members. Victims have the right to seek a restraining order against another party to protect themselves. If the party violates the order, they may be arrested and can face criminal charges.
There are also some cases in which the process is abused and false accusations are made. One person in a relationship may be angry at a partner and seek revenge through the legal process. This can have a negative impact on the partner’s life and reputation, and may also affect any divorce proceedings that are ongoing.
Our attorneys can help guide you through the complex legal issues involving domestic violence and will work toward a solution that is best for you and our family.