Divorce & Family Law

At NJ Law we understand that family and divorce issues can be some of the most stressful experiences that our clients can face in their lives.  With this in mind we always approach such cases with the utmost compassion and sensitivity.  This is especially so in matters relating to the children where the best interests of the child must always be of paramount consideration.  

In matters relating to matrimonial finances and property we always pay close regard to our client’s individual circumstances and their objectives to ensure that they achieve the very best possible financial outcomes in their cases.  We understand, however, that until a financial order has been made, many clients who have been financially weaker in the relationship, can become concerned as to how they are going to be able to support themselves and pay legal costs until a final order is made.  We are able to advise you on this and in appropriate circumstances will consider making an application to the court for maintenance pending suit and/or for a legal costs order against the financially stronger party.

In matters relating to children we fully understand that their welfare must be the foremost consideration.  We will therefore wherever possible try our utmost to try and reach an amicable solution to such matters and believe that court action should only be as a last resort where all other methods have failed.

By providing clear and practical advice from the start and through our experience in using mediation and other forms of dispute resolution we have been able to resolve many matters to the satisfaction of our client’s, without the need for court proceedings.  Where however settlement proves impossible, you can rest assured that NJ Law’s experienced team will do its very best to advance and protect your interests.

  • Divorce and Separation
  • Matrimonial Finances and Property including high net worth ancillary relief
  • Child matters including contact, residence and prohibited steps orders
  • Co-habitation
  • Pre-nuptial agreements