As a New Jersey Divorce Lawyer, clients often ask what to do once they have filed for divorce.
- After filing for divorce, depending on the circumstances in your case, you may need to begin gathering your financial records to complete a process known as discovery.
- You may also begin to engage in different forms of mediation to resolve custody and parenting time issues and ultimately economic mediation to resolve the financial components, if any, to your case.
Are you ready to move forward and file for divorce? Contact New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Tanya L. Freeman to guide you.
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Tanya L. Freeman is a Principal in the firm’s Family Law Group. An accomplished client advocate, Ms. Freeman provides legal representation in all aspects of family law, including divorce, child and spousal support, child custody, interstate custody, relocation disputes and domestic violence matters.
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