Ask a Fathers' Rights Lawyer in Hackensack, NJ: How do I Get a Quick and Painless Divorce?

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HACKENSACK, N.J. - April 15, 2019 - eTradeWire -- Some young couples understand that they are better apart. Because these marriages are relatively young, often under seven years, there has not been much wealth accumulation by either side. Between the two spouses, their highest ticket item may be their combined debt portfolio – a mortgage note, auto loans, and student loans. If the couple has children, another potential expense for the non-custodial parent will be child support, post-divorce.

Now consider an ugly divorce scenario in which the couple is at each other's throats demanding things out of spite. Some parents that make it their mission to interfere or deny their ex access to the children as punishment.

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All of these factors are legitimate reasons to delay a divorce to get better control of your finances and ability to self-support. With divorce, you lose the benefit of sharing costs and responsibilities with a spouse. If you and your spouse agree to a divorce, have little assets to speak of, is there a way to get a quick and painless divorce with children in New Jersey? The short answer is a quick and resounding "yes!"

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Divorce in New Jersey

In order to obtain a quick and painless divorce in New Jersey, the couple must agree to a legal reason for a divorce. Some of the reasons permitted by the law are difficult to accept. They include adultery, desertion, and imprisonment, for example. There is a catch-all provision that is more attractive — irreconcilable differences. In a divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable differences, the couple agrees that it is best to separate. By asserting the ground and agreeing to it, a judgment of divorce is granted.

Next up is the custody and child support negotiation. Many parents share legal and physical custody of their children equally. Some children spend more time living with one parent over the course of the year or at different ages. The general rule is that the parent with physical custody receives child support. The non-custodial parent pays child support pursuant to a court schedule with little room to maneuver because the considerations are statutory in nature.

Last up is the division of debts and assets. Debts and assets are shared according to the type of debt, marital or separate, and value in any holdings like the marital home. These items are listed, valued, and divided.

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Get a Quick and Painless Divorce in New Jersey

Ask a Divorce Lawyer in Hackensack, NJ today about how to obtain a quick and painless divorce in New Jersey. We can help families with their legal issues, including elder law, estate planning, divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, and equitable distribution of marital assets. To request a confidential consultation with a Fathers' Rights Lawyer in Hackensack, NJ, click here or call (201) 690-1642 today.

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