Divorce Attorney

Working through divorce is often an emotional and difficult process. People are simultaneously concerned with protecting their best interests, protecting the best interests of their children and making choices that will protect their emotional and financial well-being. With so many priorities that all seem important, it's critical to work with an experienced Hudson County divorce lawyer who can also help protect your rights.

At the law office of Greenberg, Walden & Grossman, LLC, we have more than 150 years of experience protecting the best interests of our clients. We represent clients throughout New Jersey in everything that arises during the divorce process, including:

  • Child custody and visitation: We help our clients create parenting plans that are tailored to their unique needs and protect the best interests of their children. We also help families with custody modification if there has been a significant change in circumstances.
  • Child support: Family law judges in New Jersey consider multiple factors to determine whether and how much child support will be awarded. Factors that are considered include the children's needs, the age and health of both parents and children, and the cost of health care and day care needs.
  • High-asset divorce: We work with clients to address the unique challenges of high-asset divorce. When it is necessary, we work with financial experts to help ensure all assets are properly valuated and divided.
  • Spousal maintenance: Spousal maintenance (also called spousal support or alimony) may be awarded to one spouse to help maintain a standard of living after divorce. Spousal maintenance is determined based on the length of the marriage, each spouse's contributions to the marriage, and each spouse's earning capabilities.

Find The Family Law Answers You Need

Our attorneys represent individuals in contested and uncontested divorce proceedings, always working to protect the best interests of our clients. We strive to achieve our clients' goals through settlement, but if that is not possible, we prepare extensively to protect our clients' rights in court. Learn more about the counsel we provide by scheduling a free initial consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 800-655-3695.