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Providing Legal Guidance When A Same-Sex Marriage Or Domestic Partnership Ends
Couples unite, and couples separate. Sometimes, the latter leads to the dissolution of the marriage or union, whether it be heterosexual marriage, same-sex marriage or a domestic partnership. Trouble can strike any relationship. If you and your partner are in a same-sex union or domestic partnership and may be on your way to a divorce or separation, you must be aware that the laws that apply to heterosexual marriage also will apply to your situation.
Seeking legal answers is the first step. An experienced and skilled family law attorney can provide great guidance. Laufer, Dalena, Jensen, Bradley & Doran, LLC, of Morristown, New Jersey, can assist. We are a team of solid and dependable lawyers who have represented hundreds of Morris County clients. Our team includes attorneys who have been selected for inclusion in New Jersey Super Lawyers or Rising Stars list for several years.
Addressing Matters Such As Property Division And Child Custody
In New Jersey, common issues in heterosexual divorce also must be addressed in same-sex divorce and dissolution of domestic partnerships. The list may include:
- Property and asset division
- Child custody and support
- Alimony and spousal support
- Debt responsibilities
Our attorneys are knowledgeable, understanding and empathetic. We know that the dissolution of a relationship can be devastating. However, you also must protect yourself. You invested in this relationship that now has imploded. You need to secure what is rightfully yours, and we will help you to the best of our abilities.
We Are Client-Focused And Understanding. Call Us.
The breakup of a relationship such as a same-sex marriage or domestic partnership can be emotionally and financially trying. When legal complications surface, we can assist. Laufer, Dalena, Jensen, Bradley & Doran, LLC, of Morristown, New Jersey, is a client-focused family law firm. We will listen to you and provide the legal insight you need. For a consultation, call our lawyers at 973-975-4043 or send us an email.