Woodbridge Divorce Lawyers
Advocating for Families in Woodbridge and the Surrounding Areas
A contested divorce can take an already sensitive situation and exacerbate it. Additionally, contested divorces can be drug out for an extended period of time, exhausting both spouses involved and their children.
At Lyons & Associates, P.C., we understand just how trying these times are. Our Woodbridge divorce lawyers have focused solely on family law issues, and have meticulously followed changing laws throughout the decades. Our legal team is well-versed in handling contested divorces, as well as other complex divorce matters and can be the advocates you and your family need. Notably, 100% of our lawyers enjoyed a judicial clerkship with a Superior Court, meaning we have special knowledge and insight about how the Courts work.
Our compassionate legal team has successfully advocated for individuals in the following family law issues.
Alimony Termination—Remarrying and cohabitating may terminate an individual’s requirement to pay alimony to a former spouse. Consult our legal team to learn more about how you can stop these costly payments.
Adoption—Adoptions are growing in popularity for same-sex and heterosexual couples alike. Our family law attorneys can work with an adoption agency to make sure that this process is as seamless as possible.
Child Custody and Support Issues—Our lawyers have successfully advocated for parents who wish to modify visitation rights, child support payments, child tuition costs and custody after a divorce.
Divorce Litigation—When something in a divorce is contested, be it a division of assets, child custody, or visitation rights, things can become extremely difficult for couples. Our compassionate lawyers can seamlessly and expediently work to resolve a contested divorce in New Jersey.
Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Matters—Suffering or being accused of abuse can have a devastating effect on an individual. We can investigate every detail of your case and defend you in court. We also offer assistance to victims of domestic abuse.
Equitable Distribution of Marital Property—Perhaps the most tedious of divorce proceedings, the division of assets is best done with the counsel of a skilled divorce lawyer. Additionally, our high asset divorce lawyers have successfully advocated for couples who have large investments or business assets.
Fathers’ Rights—Custody and visitation rights never seem to favor the father in the relationship. We have successfully won fathers joint custody in numerous New Jersey divorces.
Grandparents’ Rights—Grandparents who wish to adopt a grandchild or establish visitation rights should do so with the support of our family law lawyers. Such cases may involve the state or child services securing custody of the child from the parent. Our lawyers can make a case for those who are familiar with the child to secure custody.
Mothers’ Rights—Divorce can be a trying time for mothers who may not be financially stable. Our lawyers can work to secure both alimony and child support payments for mothers and their children.
Post-divorce Modifications—Our lawyers have represented parents who have to modify child custody, visitation rights, or child support after remarrying or moving.
Same-Sex Couple Divorces—Litigation for same-sex couples comes with its own unique factors. Our same-sex divorce lawyers know how to navigate through divorce for adoptive or surrogate parents as well as for those who previously had civil unions or domestic partnerships.
Woodbridge Divorce Lawyers at Lyons & Associates, P.C. Successfully Advocate for our Clients in Divorce Proceedings
If you or a loved one is seeking a divorce in New Jersey, and it has become contested, then you are urged to seek the legal counsel of Lyons & Associates, P.C. before the matter becomes more complicated. Complex divorce issues are no doubt exhausting, which is why it is important that have our Woodbridge divorce lawyers with you every step of the way. Contact us online or call our offices at 908-575-9777 to schedule a confidential consultation.