Divorce is often a trying and complex experience. Although New Jersey is one of states with the lowest divorce rate, that doesn’t make it any less of a stressful and emotional situation for all parties involved. Some couples find themselves wound up in a long, traumatic divorce process. It doesn’t have to be that way. Whenever possible, the NJ collaborative divorce lawyers at Villani & DeLuca encourage couples to resolve their differences through civil and cooperative methods such as collaborative divorce.
The collaborative divorce process is a voluntary legal process enabling couples who have decided to separate or end their marriage to work with lawyers and avoid the uncertain outcome of court. This process helps divorcing couples to achieve a settlement that best meets the specific needs of both parties and their children, without the underlying threat of contested litigation, which is typically contentious and stressful for the spouses and their children.
When facing a divorce, it is important to have an experienced lawyer to help guide you through the complex legal process and give you the best representation possible. Since 1996, Villani & DeLuca has been representing individuals in Monmouth County, Ocean County and other neighboring counties through their divorce. Every case is unique and is treated as such. Our attorneys will help you through every step of this difficult and sensitive process, giving you the choice to resolve your marriage on your own terms. Vincent C. DeLuca, Esq., partner at Villani & DeLuca, is one of a limited number of attorneys in New Jersey certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Attorney, making him exceptionally qualified to represent you. Less than a fraction of a percent of active New Jersey attorneys have this distinction.
Choosing to use the collaborative divorce approach as an alternative to traditional divorce will minimize time and expenses and save you the stress that so often comes with the process of divorce. Here are just some of the many advantages of a collaborative divorce:
Divorces can be complex and not all divorces have to go to court. An increasing number of divorcing couples recognize, particularly when they have children, that there is much to be gained by working out their problems in a peaceful manner. That way, when the case is over, they will be able to work together more effectively for the benefit of their children. The attorneys at Villani & DeLuca represent divorcing couples in Monmouth County or Ocean County, New Jersey and are committed to help you through this process, ensuring you are fully protected. We can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 732-965-3350; call today for a free consultation from our trusted NJ attorneys in family law.