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Middlesex County Divorce Attorneys

Middlesex County Divorce Attorneys

Here at Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, L.L.C., we understand that family matters extend far beyond “general” legal issues. Family law matters directly impact families, and though this may seem obvious, many firms seem to forget it somewhere along the way. Fortunately, we have not, and we never will. Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, L.L.C. is unfailingly dedicated to representing clients throughout Middlesex County with their divorce & family law cases. Contact our firm to discuss your case.

Our firm has significant experience handling the following legal matters:

Four Partners Are Certified Matrimonial Law Attorneys

Being certified attorneys is no small matter. Four of our partners are among the 2% of their peers who are recognized by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as matrimonial law attorneys. This certification is solely granted to attorneys who bring a certain standard of excellence to work, every single day. Our knowledgeable, compassionate team of Middlesex County attorneys can help you with the following:

Divorce: Divorce is both an emotionally and financially taxing process, which is why you must retain the services of an experienced Middlesex County divorce attorney who will guide you through every step of the process. We will work to ensure your divorce is resolved quickly, with your best interests at the forefront. Learn more about this practice

Alimony: One of the most hotly-contested divorce-related issues is alimony, which is sometimes referred to as spousal support. Though not all divorces need to address alimony, those that do need strong legal representation on their side. If your former spouse is unwilling to provide you with the financial support you need, our Middlesex County alimony attorneys are here to fight for your rights. Learn more about this practice

Child Custody: No parent ever wants to lose custody of their child, which is why this is among the most sensitive family law issues. Whether your spouse is trying to deny your child custody or you believe your former spouse is a threat to your child and you are seeking child custody, our Middlesex County firm can help. Learn more about this practice

Child Support: At Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, L.L.C., our experienced Middlesex County family law attorneys understand the necessity of child support, and if your former spouse is refusing to make child support payments, our firm can step in. We know the ins and outs of the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines, so whether you need child support, or you believe your spouse is unfairly requesting child support, we are ready to assist you. Learn more about this practice

Domestic Violence: Domestic violence, in many ways, is the most heinous act a person can commit against another. If your spouse or partner has physically or verbally abused you, you must not give that person a chance to do it again. Our firm is here to protect you.

That being said, if you feel you are in immediate danger, always call 911 or go to your local courthouse where you can obtain a temporary restraining order against your spouse and contact our compassionate, yet aggressive Middlesex County domestic violence firm immediately so we can begin building your case to keep you safe. Learn more about this practice

Mediation: In today’s day and age, more and more couples are turning to mediation, as opposed to litigation. The litigation process is very often contentious, costly, and time-consuming. Additionally, litigation is conducted in a courtroom setting, and a judge ultimately decides the outcome. Mediation, on the other hand, is a great tool for divorcing couples who believe they can reach a compromise. Our skilled Middlesex County divorce mediators act as neutral third parties who listen to both you and your spouse’s desired divorce terms, outside of the courtroom setting, and from there, facilitate a productive, civil conversation until a fair compromise is reached. Learn more about this practice

Marital Agreements: Our firm handles various marital agreements, including prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, and even non-marital agreements. Though many people dislike the stigma associated with these documents, they are actually all great tools to ensure your assets are protected in the event of a divorce. Learn more about this practice

Contact our experienced Middlesex County firm

There are few things more pressing than family and estate law-related issues. We understand this, which is why we know we are qualified to handle your legal situation as efficiently, professionally, and compassionately as possible. To sum it all up: if you need a trustworthy Middlesex County law firm on your side, we are here to help. Simply contact Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark, L.L.C. today to learn more about how we can help you.