New Jersey Divorce and Family Law
An experienced and affordable lawyer ready to assist you!
Hiring an attorney can be a major life decision! It is critically imperative that your lawyer is experienced and competent to handle your case. It is also important to hire a lawyer who can also handle your case for a reasonable rate. Theodore Sliwinski, Esq. offers thorough, understandable answers to the questions you have about your divorce and other divorce-related issues.
Mr. Sliwinski’s legal practice covers many areas of family law in addition to divorce and divorce issues:
- Child custody
- Child support
- College contribution
- Domestic violence
- Equitable distribution
- Grandparent visitation rights
- Marital torts
- Post-judgment motions
- Premarital and cohabitation agreements
- Property division
- Reduction of child support and alimony
- Spousal support
- Termination of parental rights
- Visitation rights
The Law Office of Theodore Sliwinski, Esq. is pleased to answer all of your questions. For the most up-to-date information on divorce, Mr. Sliwinski has written a comprehensive website, available here:
Grounds for divorce
New Jersey law offers several grounds for divorce, including fault and no-fault divorce causes of action. Click on this link for a document that lists and discusses all possible options for your divorce.
Deciding that a divorce is the best possible course of action is always difficult choice. Unfortunately, the process of obtaining that divorce can be nearly as stressful. Click here for Mr. Sliwinski’s document on the entire divorce procedure, from jurisdiction and complaint through final legal separation.
Divorces are not simple. A lot of information must be available to completely dissolve a marriage. Click here for Mr. Sliwinski’s plain-speak explanation of all issues that arise from a divorce, including:
- Child support and child care
- Child custody and parenting plans
- Equitable distribution
- Settlement agreements
Family law issues after the divorce
Even after your divorce is finalized, more issues can come up that require legal counsel. Mr. Sliwinski offers this information on domestic relations law regarding post-divorce issues.
- Modifying payment agreements
- Child’s education expenses
Premarital and cohabitation agreements
To ensure that you are legally protected when you enter a committed relationship, consult a family law attorney. Theodore Sliwinski, Esq. has written this document of useful, understandable information on pre-nup and cohabitation agreements.
You do not have to take physical or mental abuse by your spouse or significant other. An experienced New Jersey family lawyer can help you fight back in court. If you have been abused in your relationship, read this document, provided by Mr. Sliwinski, about what domestic violence is and how you can stand up for yourself.
If you do not see your specific problem addressed on these websites or the above documents, feel free to call the firm to schedule a consultation.
Your initial phone consultation is always free
Mr. Sliwinski, Esq. is interested in learning about your legal matters. Located in East Brunswick, the law office of Theodore Sliwinski, Esq. serves New Jersey residents in many legal capacities, and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with options for home, hospital, and jail visits to those in need of an experienced lawyer. Call the law firm anytime at 732-257-0708 to schedule a free initial phone consultation or contact the firm online.