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Paul N. Mirabelli is a solo law practitioner who is also a member of the local community. For more than three decades, he has worked to protect parents’ rights. He can assist you with many issues that come up in family courtrooms, including but not limited to the following:
If you are located in New Jersey and need Family Law advice, then look no further than Paul N. Mirabelli, Esq. We provide personal and compassionate legal representation that larger law firms are unable to provide. Call (732)733-2830 for a consultation.
Going through the divorce process brings with it a wide range of emotions. The parties involved might feel like they have lost control over their own lives while experiencing emotional pain, financial hardship, and overall distress. Couples begin to realize how the reality of their divorce will affect their children, other family members and friends, and finances. A knowledgeable Divorce Attorney will guide you through the divorce proceedings and help you create solutions that are best for your family’s needs.
We know that you want whatever is best for your children, including where they live and whom they live with once you and your partner have decided to proceed with filing for divorce. An experienced Family Lawyer will work with you, your spouse, and any other involved parties to create a plan for custody of your minor children. Not only will your wishes be considered, but we must consider the other spouse’s wishes and what is ultimately best for the children.
Besides the wishes of the parents, some other factors to be considered when creating a child custody plan are the children’s wishes, parent/child relationships, who has been the majority caregiver up to this point, educational opportunities, mental and physical health of child and parents, parents’ living accommodations, and any allegations of abuse/neglect.
You will not find a better Family Lawyer than Paul N. Mirabelli, Esq. in the state of New Jersey. If you need to decide on child custody or even revise an existing child custody agreement, call (732)733-2830 for a consultation.
Spousal support is usually awarded to a spouse if they earn significantly less money than the other one. This is also called alimony, and it is meant to be a temporary solution while one spouse adjusts to their new lifestyle. However, if your marriage lasted 20 or more years, then spousal support might be awarded permanently.
There is no set formula for calculating spousal support in the state of New Jersey, but certain factors are considered in making the decision. Those factors include the following:
As you see, whether spousal support is awarded and how much is awarded is not a one-size-fits-all situation. Who receives alimony and how much they get varies widely from divorced couple to divorced couple.
Raising children requires so much responsibility. Part of that responsibility is the ability to provide for them financially. When parents decide to divorce, the finances that were shared in the household are not always split equally. In many households, it is not unusual for one parent to earn significantly more money than the other parent does. When this occurs, and parents are divorcing, a Child Support Attorney should be consulted. A skilled Child Support Attorney will assess your case and identify the appropriate measures to take. In many cases, the parent with the higher income must furnish child support payments. However, it is important to consider that many factors will dictate who is responsible for rendering support and how much support is necessary.
Do you think you could be owed additional spousal support or child support? Let Paul N. Mirabelli, Esq. look over your current divorce decree if you have already divorced in New Jersey. He might be able to amend your documents and help you begin receiving a fair amount. Call (732)733-2830 for a consultation.
Domestic violence is an extremely serious matter. When domestic violence is an issue in a divorce case or other family law-related matter, it is imperative to work with an experienced and skilled Domestic Violence Lawyer for legal assistance. Domestic violence can impact the way a divorce or family law matter is pursued. It will affect child custody arrangements and how protective orders are enforced in a divorce. If domestic violence exists in your family law case, our Domestic Violence Lawyer is prepared to represent you. Whether you need to file a complaint about domestic violence or you need representation in a New Jersey family court, Paul N. Mirabelli, Esq. has the experience and compassion to guide you intelligently and sensitively.
If you and your family have been affected by abuse, Paul N. Mirabelli, Esq., who is experienced with domestic violence cases, will help you find a way out and keep your family safe. Call (732)733-2830 for a consultation.
Domestic disputes, divorce, and all the other concerns throughout the divorce process are stressful and often traumatic events. Unfortunately, the legal procedures surrounding these events can add to that stress and trauma. Paul N. Mirabelli, Esq. will exhaust every opportunity to protect your property and guard your rights through it all.
As an expert Family Lawyer, Paul N. Mirabelli, Esq. will take the time to listen and advise you on the best options for your circumstances. Whether you need assistance with a divorce, a child custody dispute, a spousal or child support dispute, a domestic violence case, or anything else that falls under Family Law, Paul N. Mirabelli, Esq. has acquired the knowledge, tools, and resources to navigate your family law case.
At the law office of Paul N. Mirabelli, Esq., you will find a compassionate family law attorney, who is committed to protecting his clients’ best interests and procuring favorable results. With an office in Hazlet, NJ, attorney Paul N. Mirabelli serves clients throughout Monmouth County and Middlesex County. Call (732)733-2830 for a consultation.
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