New Jersey Divorce Attorneys for High-Profile Individuals
When it comes to divorce, politicians, athletes, entertainers and executives face problems that other people don’t. The media may show an inordinate interest in the details of a divorce involving a high-profile individual. Gossip magazines and websites may sensationalize a story by blowing a simple fact out of proportion. Details of your personal life may be publicized, to the detriment of your professional life.
Fortunately for high-profile people wishing to get a divorce in New Jersey, there are a number of ways to keep the details of a divorce proceeding from the public eye. In fact, with an experienced divorce lawyer on your side, virtually every aspect of the divorce can be kept confidential, except for the fact that the divorce decree was issued.
High Profile Divorce Lawyers in New Jersey
At Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, L.L.C., our attorneys have handled a number of divorces involving high-profile individuals in New Jersey. We also have experience in cases involving complex property division matters involving high-income and high net worth individuals. We will work diligently to handle all aspects of your case in an efficient and discreet manner.
Paul Townsend, Dominic Tomaio and Laurie Newmark are certified in matrimonial law by the New Jersey Supreme Court. Mr. Townsend and Mr. Tomaio have also been selected for inclusion in the list of New Jersey Super Lawyers. Ms. Newmark and Mr. Clancy have been selected for inclusion in the list of New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars.
Resolving Your High Profile Divorce in New Jersey
There are a number of ways to keep the details of a divorce proceeding from the public eye. Our lawyers have extensive experience in these divorce techniques that can keep the details of your marital breakup confidential:
Negotiation — Our attorneys can seek to negotiate an acceptable and fair resolution of matters involving property division, custody, child support and alimony. We can ask the judge to seal the details of the settlement when he or she issues the divorce decree.
Mediation — An independent mediator can be retained who will seek to achieve a mutually acceptable settlement in a private session.
Arbitration — An independent arbitrator can hear the case in a session closed to the public, essentially acting as a private judge.
The divorce decree itself will be a matter of public record. We can make an application to the court to see that your settlement remains private.
Contact our Morris County NJ Divorce Attorneys for a Confidential Consultation
To schedule a free and confidential consultation with a high-profile divorce lawyer, contact Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, L.L.C.