A Trusted Ally For Divorce In New Jersey

Divorce is a difficult, emotionally draining time. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed and uncertain about the future — there is so much on the line.

This is why it is so important to have an experienced ally who will view your situation objectively and protect your legal rights. A truly good divorce lawyer will do so while finding ways to minimize your costs, as measured in time, money and/or anguish.

At the Union and Cedar Knolls law offices of Andrew M. Wolfenson, Esq., P.C., we have more than 25 years of experience handling divorce and family law matters for clients throughout northern and central New Jersey.

We understand the stress and anxiety that accompany the dissolution of a marriage. Our goal, from the outset, is to protect your rights, make certain that you understand the law and give you realistic advice on potential outcomes. We aim to put our clients in the best emotional and financial position possible as they look ahead to their post-divorce futures.

Full-Service Divorce Representation

We work closely with clients through all stages of the divorce process, from the initial filing and determinations of temporary custody, visitation and support through post-judgment requests for modification or enforcement.

We are prepared to handle complex, high-asset, contested divorces as well as relatively simple uncontested divorces. Our diverse range of clients includes professionals, retirees, business owners, people with LGBT divorce concerns and others from all walks of life.

Resolving Divorce Disputes

Attorney Andrew M. Wolfenson takes a pragmatic approach to resolving divorce disputes, exploring a range of solutions to avoid costly, prolonged litigation. When the other party refuses to be reasonable, we are always prepared for strong litigation.

You Don't Have To Face Divorce Alone

For compassionate, knowledgeable and dedicated legal counsel in all matters related to or arising out of a divorce, contact us online or by telephone at 908-364-4054.

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