Family Law Attorneys in New Jersey
Garces, Grabler, and LeBrocq has a team of family law attorneys who have experience litigating divorces, custody disputes, child support matters, domestic violence, and DYFS (DCPP) cases in every county in New Jersey. We are able to assist you and answer any questions that you may have regarding New Jersey’s new alimony reform bill, A845. Whether it be you or an ex-spouse losing a job, retiring, becoming disabled, relocating, or cohabitating, we can guide you every step of the way with the impact it will have on your obligation to pay or receive alimony.
We have a wide array of experience dealing with every divorce situation ranging anywhere from an uncontested amicable divorce to complex ligation involving businesses and foreign assets. Our attorneys have successfully assisted clients in divorces with international issues stemming from Mexico, Brazil, Portugal, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Lebanon, Nigeria, and many other countries.
Our attorneys are experts in the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines, are certified as mediators, have extensive knowledge of the new alimony reform law in New Jersey, and have many years of experience in litigating family law cases in New Jersey.
We will be your fierce advocate through the mandatory mediation process assisting you with strong negotiation skills. If necessary, we will be ready to take your case to trial if a fair settlement is unable to be reached. Either way, our goal is always to protect the best interests of you and your children for the future. We look forward to meeting with you for a consultation with a New Brunswick NJ family law attorney to determine an appropriate strategy for your particular case and to protect your interests and needs.
Family Law Services
- Divorce Litigation
- Child Support
- Custody Parenting Time, and Relocation Disputes
- Equitable Distribution of Assets and Debts including the Marital Home
- Equitable Distribution of Businesses Owned by the Parties
- Domestic Violence Including Temporary and Final Restraining Orders
- Post Divorce Conflicts and Motions
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements