Divorce and Family Law in Morris County, New Jersey

Whether you seek to file for divorce or have been served with papers that need to be responded to, our team is able to help you through this process. Cases can be contested where certain issues are in contention or they can be uncontested where all issues are resolved or there are no issues that need to be addressed. Usually the most difficult cases involve situations with children and child custody is in dispute. Other cases have financial issues that need to be dealt with, i.e., alimony, child support, equitable distribution/division of assets and beyond. Either way, we are experienced in cases that can be resolved quickly or that will take time to reach a resolution.

Matrimonial issues in Morris County are heard in the Superior Court, Family Division located at: Washington Street, Morristown, New Jersey.

The Judges of the Family Part are:

Judge Catherine Enright, P.J.F.P.

Judge Maritza Berdote Byrne, J.S.C.

Judge Peter A. Bogarrd, J.S.C.

Judge Maryann L. Nergarrd, J.S.C.

Judge Louis Sceusi, J.S.C.

Judge Donald Collester, J.S.C.

Theses Judges decide matters pertaining to all aspects of a dissolution and non-dissolution case that the parties and/or their attorneys cannot resolve themselves. All Judges in New Jersey are appointed by the Governor and after the initial 7 year term, are on the bench until they retire or reach age 70. If you have a case and seek legal representation, contact us today on 201-706-7012 or 201-706-7910.

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