We understand that you don't want your divorce to last any longer than necessary. We evaluate each individual's situation and handle each with a strategy yielding the best possible results for you. We have handled numerous divorce cases in Haddonfield, Cherry Hill, and the surrounding Camden county area, including but not limited to:
Let us guide you through the steps of acquiring court-ordered child support in Haddonfield and Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Our experienced lawyers will oversee your case to help ensure your child receives the basic amount of financial support needed to provide for his or her health and welfare. New Jersey child support laws mandate that both parents be held responsible for financially supporting their child or children to ensure that those needs are met. When divorcing, separating, or if you are part of a non-intact family, consult Martine Katz Scanlon to see how we can negotiate or mediate a settlement or seek application to the Court.
Governor Christie just signed the alimony reform bill into law. Anyone with questions about how this could affect your existing alimony or your case should call today! For more information on the new law, click here.
The appraisal of rights regarding an award of alimony, or any potential obligation of alimony are entitlements. Our lawyers are knowledgeable and experienced in consulting and application of alimony law in New Jersey. Alimony is one of the most rancorous issues in divorce. Thirteen statutory factors are considered in the state of New Jersey including:
In New Jersey child custody shall be based on the best interests of the children.
Interested in protecting assets or the interests of your children from a prior marriage? Consult our family law attorneys, servicing Haddonfield, Cherry Hill and the surrounding Camden County area, to learn about the requirements to drafting a prenuptial agreement.
1. Complete disclosure of all assets and debts
2. Adequate period of time to carefully consider what you are doing
3. Independent legal representation
4. The agreement cannot be unconscionable
Legal documentation will define your rights and obligations upon divorce. You should handle it the same way you would handle property division, by consulting a qualified and experienced lawyer today.
New Jersey laws are in place to prevent domestic violence from happening or continuing to happen to you. The law protects anyone subjected to violence from spouses, former spouses and family members and those falsely accused of domestic violence. The New Jersey Family law firm of Martine & Katz Scanlon has extensive experience representing both victims and defendants in domestic violence matters in Haddonfield, Cherry Hill, Camden County, Burlington, Atlantic City, and Mercer, and Gloucester Counties. Our domestic violence attorneys are prepared to assist with domestic violence matters of all types and degrees. Seeking emergent intervention by the Courts can require the assistance of knowledgeable, experienced attorneys who can move quickly and effectively to get a Final Restraining Order or other protection in place. We are here to assist you in securing safety, protection and peace of mind. If a TRO is unjustly filed against you, our domestic violence attorneys will work diligently to protect you and your rights. If you are dealing with any domestic violence situation, call our Camden County domestic violence lawyers at 856-396-9500 for a confidential consultation.
Civil Unions and Domestic Partnerships require the same expertise that other family law fields require, however, many New Jersey lawyers are unwilling to keep up with the ever changing laws associated with these emerging social norms. If you are considering entering into a civil union or domestic partnership, or you are trying to dissolute your civil union or domestic partnership, let our experienced family law attorneys at Martine & Katz Scanlon P.A. help you through the confusing legal process.
Provided below is more information on New Jersey's Domestic Partnership and Civil Unions visit:
For more information on how to apply for a civil union license please visit:
Civil Union Licenses
For more information on how to register a domestic partnership please visit: State of New Jersey Department of Health