21 Aug Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce
Residents of New Jersey who are ending their marriage might wonder about the difference between a contested and an uncontested divorce. If both parties agree on all legal aspects, the divorce is considered uncontested. When they do not agree, the divorce is contested and will probably be more expensive and take longer to work through the court system. Areas of difference might include child custody, child support, visitation, alimony, and property division. In either case, Jeffrey M. Bloom can help you.
Mr. Bloom proudly represents clients in the West New York area. As the son of a lawyer, he understands the nuances of family law and the importance of each case to his clients. Mr. Bloom will put his years of legal experience to work on your behalf.
It is to your advantage if you and your spouse can work out your differences and file an uncontested divorce. However, we understand that couples might not be able to come to an agreement on one or more of the major points in their divorce. Our goal is to see that your goals are met during this process and to protect your rights in court.
If you need assistance with a divorce, please contact the Law Offices of Jeffrey M. Bloom today to schedule a consultation. Mr. Bloom serves clients in the West New York area.