Englewood Divorce Attorney

Experienced Divorce Counsel in Bergen County, NJ

If you are considering divorce, your life is about to change dramatically. This change can be for the better if you take the necessary steps to protect your rights, interests, and assets during divorce proceedings. At The Law Office of Jae Y. Lee, LLC we are here to help you through your divorce. We can offer guidance in this difficult time to help you and your children face a brighter future. As an Englewood divorce attorney, Jae Y. Lee is committed to providing personalized representation that establishes a tailor-made legal strategy that truly represents each client’s best interests.

For a free consultation, call (201) 831-8010. We handle fault and no-fault divorces across Bergen County and all of New Jersey from our Englewood law office.

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In New Jersey, you must have grounds for divorce in order to file. You must also have lived in New Jersey for at least one year. It is important to approach your divorce in the proper manner in order to ensure proceedings go as smoothly as possible.

The following are acceptable grounds for divorce in New Jersey:

  • No-fault divorce grounds: You and your spouse must have been living separate and apart for at least 18 consecutive months prior to the filing, showing there is no reasonable sign of reconciliation.
  • Fault divorce grounds: You may file for divorce without living separate and apart for 18 months if fault can be established based on one of the following:
    • Adultery
    • Abuse
    • Irreconcilable differences lasting 6 months or more
    • Desertion
    • Imprisonment
    • Institutionalism
    • Habitual drunkenness
    • Drug use
    • Deviant sexual behavior

Englewood divorce lawyer Jae Y. Lee represents clients in fault-based and no-fault divorces in New Jersey. He can handle negotiations or litigation with competence and an attention to detail that enables him to preserve his clients’ assets while forwarding their interests and concerns. This applies to the key issues that arise in a divorce: Custody, support, and the division of property and assets.

Contact us at (201) 831-8010 today!

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