Monmouth County Divorce & Separation Attorneys

Monmouth County Divorce Attorneys

Representing New Jersey clients through divorce and separation

Divorce can be a complicated and emotional matter. Many people are unprepared to face such a significant event. Knowing the road ahead can be enlightening and help relieve some of the stress. An experienced divorce attorney can guide you through this process every step of the way. Paone Zaleski & Murray has over 30 years of experience representing clients in their divorce and separation matters. If you require strong legal representation, contact Paone Zaleski & Murray today.

Divorce Options

With so many options for divorce available, you may quickly find yourself confused as to which one most adequately suits your needs. An experienced divorce attorney can help you navigate through this process and guide you in the right direction. MORE

Divorce Process

The skilled attorneys at Paone Zaleski & Murray take pride in assisting couples who face marital issues such as equitable distribution, spousal support, child support, and child custody, no matter the type of divorce they choose. When a couple is overwhelmed by their numerous options for divorce, they should consult with an experienced divorce attorney that can help them navigate this uncharted territory. MORE

Division of Assets

One of the most frequently contested matters in a divorce case is the division of assets. Some couples are able to distribute their assets fairly by coming to an agreement outside of court. When parties cannot agree to issues of property distribution, the matter must be litigated. MORE

Spousal Support

In some New Jersey divorces, the financially dependent spouse is entitled to spousal support, often referred to as alimony. Alimony is often one of the most contested matters of a divorce. One spouse may not believe the other spouse deserves financial support. MORE

High Net Worth Divorce

Divorce is a highly emotional and oftentimes complicated process. When the couple divorcing has a significant net worth, the division of marital assets is often more complex. It is important to have experienced legal representation that can help you handle the difficulties that come with high net worth divorce. MORE

Divorce with a Business

Divorce is a trying matter that can quickly become more complicated depending on a person’s circumstances. One such matter that can make a divorce overwhelming is when one or both spouses own a business. If the business is considered marital property, its value may be subject to equitable distribution under New Jersey law. MORE

Post Judgment Actions

When a Final Judgment or Final Order is entered which requires ongoing obligations into the future, the parties may need to return to court when change in circumstances occur. Similarly, if one party fails to comply with the ongoing obligations, there may be need to return to court to enforce an existing order or judgment. MORE

Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial agreements are powerful tools to protect oneself from an uncertain future. Our firm recognizes that these documents can face legal issues after their execution. In some cases, legal action revolves around the execution of the document. Other times, the content of the prenuptial agreement calls for the need to retain legal services. MORE