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Divorce from Bed and Board

Morris County Divorce Lawyer

There may be certain instances where a couple no longer wish to be together, but for various personal reasons do not want to get legally divorced. In these cases, New Jersey law has a special legal proceeding called "divorce from bed and board," which closely resembles what other states call a "legal separation." A divorce from bed and board involves a couple going to court in order to work out legal agreements for child support, alimony/spousal support, child custody and equitable distribution of the marital property. In this process, the status of their marriage does not change, and the couple remains legally married. If you and your spouse are considering a divorce from bed and board, contact a Morris County divorce attorney from our firm today.

Reasons for a Divorce from Bed and Board

In most cases, a divorce from bed and board is desired for one of two reasons: either the couple does not wish to divorce for religious reasons or personal reasons, sometimes due to the stigma of divorce in their culture or society; or, they want to remain legally married so that one spouse can retain their spouse's health insurance coverage or other personal reasons. Whatever the reason may be, a divorce attorney who is familiar with the divorce from bed and board process can help you through this proceeding so that you can receive the support, child custody, or property division that you desire.

At the Law Offices of Francesca S. Blanco, LLC, we are familiar with the divorce from bed and board legal procedure and can help you through this process. Our firm has over 15 years of experience handling divorce cases in Florham Park and the surrounding areas, and we are dedicated to helping our clients with all of their family law needs, whether it is divorce from bed and board or a traditional divorce. As a member of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, attorney Blanco has the experience and knowledge you are looking for in a divorce attorney.

To find out more about from bed to board divorces, contact a Morris County, NJ divorce lawyer from our office.

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