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Contested Divorce Lawyer in Morris County

It is rare that two people who are getting a divorce are on friendly and amicable terms with one another. More often, it is difficult for these two individuals to agree on the aspects of their divorce that need to be settled. When two parties cannot reach mutually agreeable understandings on issues such as equitable distribution, child custody, spousal support, and child support, they must file a contested divorce, and go to divorce court to have these matters worked out for them. In these instances, you want an experienced Morris County divorce attorney from our firm representing your best interests and fighting on your behalf in divorce court. Many of the areas that are dealt with in a case will be the most personal areas of the lives of those that are involved.

It affects more than just the two partners, but can reach to children as well. It is often critical to gain certain results of child custody, spousal support and child support, and through a contested divorce there is an increased need to effectively demonstrate to the court the need for a certain resolution to be given. The main thing that you have to go off of in these situations is demonstrating an effective case to the court of why you should be granted certain outcomes in areas of property distribution, child support and more. A strong attorney can implement strategies to help increase the chance of doing so. Unfortunately these situations will typically not be as easy to resolve, and can lead to a long, drawn out battle and working with a professional can help bring about a resolution in a more effective manner.

While contested divorce cases can be time consuming and costly, having an experienced attorney on your side can unsure that your voice is heard in the divorce court proceedings. When two parties cannot reach an agreement on their divorce settlement, either through a collaborative divorce, or through mediation, a judge from divorce court will have to help them divide their assets and make decisions on support for them. A contested divorce can be emotionally taxing, and divorce court can be costly and time consuming. When facing the reality of a contested divorce, the Law Offices of Francesca S. Blanco, LLC can help you fight for what you rightfully deserve. Attorney Blanco is a member of the Hispanic Bar Association, and our firm is dedicated to providing each and every one of our clients with the highest quality legal representation in all types of divorce.

For representation in a divorce, contact a Morris County, NJ contested divorce attorney from our legal team.

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