Working Toward A Divorce Solution That Helps You Move Forward
Regardless of who made the decision, the choice to divorce rarely gets made overnight. Your family will have to live with many of the decisions made throughout the process. It is vital that you have an experienced attorney who will carefully guide you through the process.
At the Law Office of Gary H. Lomanno, LLC, the approach is often the same: work toward a divorce settlement that accomplishes your goals. Having more than a quarter of a century of experience handling divorces and other family law matters, attorney Gary H. Lomanno can guarantee that he will provide honest advice and act as a steward of your best interests.
When you worry about property division, child custody, child support or alimony, consult with attorney Lomanno. He is intimately familiar with New Jersey family laws. From his law office in Camden County, he helps clients throughout South Jersey navigate the law and understand the benefits and consequences of every option.
The Benefits Of Drafting An Out-Of-Court Agreement
Litigation may be appropriate or necessary under certain circumstances, and New Jersey law provides guidelines for family court judges to follow. The truth, however, is that they have a lot of discretion and not always a lot of patience. Negotiating or mediating a divorce settlement can be extremely beneficial for a lot of couples.
What are some of the benefits?
- Financial savings: Monetary concerns are an underlying cause of many divorces. From attorney fees for trial preparation and motions to paying for expert testimony, litigation can be expensive. The money has to come from somewhere. Cooperation can help protect assets that are already subject to division.
- Time savings: The stress of a prolonged divorce can impact you emotionally and mentally. Mediation and negotiation can help reduce the time required to finalize your divorce.
- Satisfaction and ownership over the outcome: Spouses in any divorce are going to have to make concessions. Do you want control over which ones you make or do you want the judge to decide that for you? Control over decisions often leads to agreements that are tailored to your family’s needs and easier to implement in the future.