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Gloucester County Family Law Mediators
Gloucester County family law mediators working in the office of Henry Weinfeld specialize in New Jersey family law (NJ fam law) from their headquarters in Woodbury. Their services as family law mediators in Gloucester County include providing legal counsel regarding divorce, custody issues, alimony, child support, and other issues related to South Jersey family law.
As leading Gloucester County family law mediators and South Jersey family law experts, Henry Weinfeld and his team have a long list of very satisfied clients when it comes to matters of New Jersey family law (NJ fam law). Few family law mediators in Gloucester County are able to match their high level of service.
Highly Regarded Gloucester County Family Law Mediators
The next time you require Gloucester County family law mediators, or have any other requirements involving New Jersey family law, your first South Jersey family law phone call should be to Henry Weinfeld – one of the most well-known family law mediators in Gloucester County.
In New Jersey, alimony is typically awarded with the final judgment of divorce and, depending on the facts of the case, is given for a fixed period or on a permanent basis. We help clients apply for support and ultimately receive payments through wage garnishment via the Probation Division.
Many matrimonial cases can be resolved in as few as five meetings. The final product is an Agreement the parties can take to their respective attorneys for review and filing with the Court. If the parties waive any conflict, there is an option to have the office of Henry Weinfeld file the divorce complaint and put an uncontested divorce through at a very reduced rate.
To get an award of temporary support in New Jersey, your attorney must file a motion on your behalf. We will consider the facts of your case by a close examination of your past and current income and expenses. We will help create a case information statement. We will work with you to gather the information, create a certification on your behalf, attach whatever exhibits are needed, and file it according to the Court rules.