Sometimes there are irreconcilable differences in a marriage, and the couple can no longer stay in a relationship. Statistics show that more than 50% of marriages end in a divorce. If you’re considering divorce you’re likely to have a number of questions. The Law Office of Adriana E. Baudry is here to help.

A Divorce Overview

Uncontested divorces can be resolved/finalized within a few short months. In more complicated or contentious marriages, it can take much longer. When considering a divorce, you will need to be aware of the reason or reasons that will support the granting of a divorce. If the parties have been living completely separate and apart for at least 18 consecutive months, and there is no reasonable prospect of them reconciling, this would be considered a “no-fault” divorce. In other circumstances, “fault” might include:

  • Adultery
  • Extreme cruelty
  • Addiction
  • Incarceration
  • Institutionalization for mental illness
  • Deviant sexual conduct
  • Irreconcilable differences

Residential requirements allow a court to have jurisdiction over your case. Generally, either party must be resident in New Jersey for a minimum of one year to meet this requirement with the possible exception of adultery cases.

Offering Compassionate Support

Divorce will have a significant effect on every member of your family, so the matter needs to be handled as compassionately as possible. The process is stressful and can be grueling, so it is crucial to have the support of an experienced professional. The Law Office of Adriana E. Baudry can guide you through the options to help you determine the best course of action to resolve the matter as quickly and effectively as possible. This can include dealing with issues such as:

  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Division of assets
  • Spousal support

Every divorce is unique with different issues that need to be handled for the best resolution. The Law Office of Adriana E. Baudry takes pride in offering personalized, compassionate attention for our clients.

If you’re considering divorce or have any divorce-related questions, we would encourage you to schedule a consultation.

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