Common Family Law Issues

Common Family Law Issues

When facing legal issues that impact your family’s future, it’s easy to become confused and overwhelmed. Fortunately, you do not have to face these issues alone. Experienced New Jersey family law attorney Tanya L. Freeman is committed to helping families find peaceful resolutions to a wide range of legal matters. Here are some of the most common family law issues.

Common Family Law Issues | Divorce

Tanya L. Freeman takes a comprehensive approach to divorce representation designed to help you navigate the legal process as painlessly as possible. Throughout your divorce proceedings, our attorneys offer the strategic guidance you need to make informed decisions at every step. Whether you are undergoing a contentious divorce or a more amicable one, Tanya L. Freeman will work to help move you forward.

Common Family Law Issues | Child Custody and Visitation

One of the top priorities of divorcing parents is child custody and visitation. When attempting to provide your children with a safe and healthy environment, it is important to set realistic expectations and keep their best interests in mind. Tanya L. Freeman can offer the support you need to understand your legal options, and work to ensure that your voice is heard on all matters relating to your children.

Common Family Law Issues | Child Support

The question of child support is often difficult to deal with, especially when your former spouse is fighting to avoid his or her financial responsibilities. Fortunately, New Jersey state law provides guidance in determining child support payments, helping to reduce some of the frustration and uncertainty in determining the appropriate level of support.

Common Family Law Issues | Alimony

Alimony is a fact sensitive inquiry that involves the application of several statutory factors to your case. Tanya L. Freeman can provide guidance to divorcing clients in cases involving an alimony claim.

Common Family Law Issues | Domestic Violence

A victim of domestic violence may pursue an emergency protective order. The judge may include provisions that keep the alleged perpetrator from returning to the premises, such as an order of protection.

If you are having difficulty with any of these common family law issues, please contact experienced New Jersey family law attorney Tanya L. Freeman today for a free consultation.

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