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Divorce

We know how difficult divorce can be, and we strive to help you through this transition. The Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh, L.L.C., can guide you through every step of the divorce process to ensure that your rights are protected and you obtain the best outcome for your particular circumstances.

Divorce attorney Rajeh A. Saadeh is well-versed in New Jersey matrimonial law and extensively familiar with the family courts, having served as a judicial law clerk for a reputable and renowned judge before becoming a divorce lawyer. He is highly committed to easing your anxieties and favorably resolving your legal issues.

Get started on the right foot.
Contact us today to arrange a consultation. We handle divorces throughout New Jersey, including in Middlesex County, Somerset County, Hunterdon County, and surrounding counties.

A Comprehensive Approach To Complex And Important Issues

Our approach to divorce and related matters of family law begins with an honest and straightforward analysis of your situation and identification of the goals that you hope to achieve. With this information, we are able to formulate a strategy that will serve as a road map to achieving your objectives and protecting your interests.

We welcome anyone in the Middlesex metro area, including Middlesex, Somerset, Hunterdon, Morris, Union, and Mercer counties, who seeks sure footing through the divorce process. Before you file, it is important to know what you want out of the divorce and how you will approach:

  • Division of your assets and debts
  • The residence or other real estate
  • Alimony
  • Child custody and parenting arrangements
  • Child support and any adjustments
  • Relocation by you or the other parent

We Are Equipped For Complex Divorces And Divorce Litigation
Rajeh A. Saadeh is attuned to the special divorce considerations for high-earner and high net worth clients such as disputes over separate property or valuation of business assets, or the role of imputed income, asset tracing, and premarital agreements.

We use the discovery process, negotiation opportunities, and mediation, arbitration, and other alternative dispute resolution methods to maximize the likelihood of an amicable resolution (and thereby avoiding protracted and expensive litigation). When going to trial is the only means to achieve a favorable outcome for your case, however, we are prepared to aggressively pursue this course of action.

Answers To Common Divorce Questions

Here are three of the most often asked questions about New Jersey divorce. For answers to other questions you have, get in touch with us at 908-396-8330 or send an email and our team will be in touch.

How long does a divorce take?

Every divorce is different because there are different variables to consider. For example, if you have children, there will be issues of child custody. If you have a business involved, there is the valuation process to contend with. If you are divorcing amicably, then it will take presumably less time than if yours is a contested divorce. Generally speaking, most divorces in New Jersey are supposed to be completed within one year, but most are resolved well beforehand.

What is the difference between a contested and an uncontested divorce?

If you and your spouse agree to the terms and both want to get the divorce as smoothly as possible, you have an uncontested divorce. You will not need to have a judge to make decisions for you or need to have a courtroom trial. Uncontested divorces that do not go to trial are more private and less expensive. If you are dealing with a lot of disagreements and require a divorce in court, this is a contested divorce. With rare exception, divorce trials are public record.

Are there benefits to having a lawyer handle my divorce?

Yes. There are definite benefits to working with an attorney. A skilled divorce lawyer can ensure the process does not stagnate but moves steadily forward. An attorney will negotiate on your behalf for the things that are most important to you. An attorney will protect your rights and offer creative solutions you may not have considered. Most of all, an attorney – a good one – will provide both the legal and emotional support you need during this major life change.

We Take The Big-Picture Approach

The Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh, L.L.C., will not only analyze your current situation, but also how divorce and related matters of family law will affect you in the future. Whether there are long-term financial issues, special-needs children or questions about the ability of one spouse to support himself or herself, we will make sure that no detail is overlooked.

Although your divorce may be a positive step in the long run, it typically takes place during a time when your ability to concentrate on complicated decisions and details is challenged. Uncertainty about the legal process can add confusion to an already difficult situation. You can count on us for vigorous advocacy and close support from start to finish.

Please call our Bridgewater office at 908-396-8330 to schedule a consultation, or fill out our online form to receive a call back.

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