North Bergen, New Jersey Divorce Attorney

The Township of North Bergen, New Jersey is located in Hudson County, New Jersey. North Bergen has a medium population in Hudson County of approximately 60,773 residents. North Bergen is home to a vast array of nationalities: Caucasian; Latino; African; & Asian, including but not limited to Indian and Arabic backgrounds as well. In turn the region encompasses a vast array of religious and spiritual beliefs as well which can be seen in its variety of community centers and places of worship, from Mosques; Temples and Synagogues; and Lutheran and Baptists Churches. The township of North Bergen encompasses 5.57 miles and is situated south of Bergen County. In 1843, North Bergen became an incorporated township, from the northern portion of Bergen Township, as a result of the Act of the New Jersey Legislature. The Township of North Bergen, New Jersey, has a website available to all North Bergen residents and guests. For those who seek more information regarding the area the website also includes local community news events, for instance floods and fires or accidents and also distributes information regarding after school activities, township rules and laws relating to public affairs and safety, revenue service, and directories for elected officials.

The Median age of North Bergen is 35-36. 2010 North Bergen statistics show that of the 60,733 residents, 21,236 are Households; Family households make up 14,242 with 7,481 being homes with children. The median household income is $40,844. The population consists of 30,334 (51%) women, and the male population stands at 27,758 (48%). Additionally, 47,074 North Bergen residents are married an in contrast 14,242 are single. 1,841 of North Bergen residents are separated and 3,815 are divorced. Divorce will often involve many complicated issues. For a person seeking divorce that does not mean it is hopeless. With help you can easily understand the steps necessary in the separation of marriage. The process of divorce is different for each person depending on their circumstances, such as whether or not there are children or assets, including but not limited to: property, business, and investments. For this reason it is important that you seek the guidance a New Jersey Family Law Attorney to handle your divorce matter.

No marriage is problem-free, but sometimes it is necessary to take action in order to live a healthier, happier life. Reasons for divorce are vast and many. Common causes include, but are not limited to: differences in priorities and expectations; addiction, such as drug use or alcoholism; child-rearing issues, such as religious or educational conflicts; religious and cultural strains, such as wishing to raise children under a different religions; sexual incompatibility; martial financial issues; physical, psychological or emotional abuse; communication breakdown (no longer being able to communicate in a respectful, productive manner); and marriage infidelity, which is when your spouse has an affair / cheats on you, regardless if it is one or more time(s). Your reason for divorce is of your own and no one else can make the decision for you. However, seeking out professional advice from a New Jersey Family Law Attorney can help by showing what options are available to you and what the process itself may entail.

During a divorce, many discrepancies will arise between who owns what assets or chattels (furniture, cars). Another often highly disputed issue during the divorce proceedings will be spousal support otherwise known as alimony. Alimony is the term used for financial support provided by an ex-spouse which you may be eligible to apply. In other words, if you have become accustomed to a certain lifestyle, and are worried that separating from your spouse will change your standard of living, you can seek a court-ordered ‘maintenance’ fee that will allocate you a specified amount monthly so that you may go about your daily routine as normal. Alimony is either discussed after a legal separation, or during your divorce proceedings. It is up to the court to decide the amount to award you in alimony by factoring in the many different issues and facts, influencing the court’s decision. Some circumstances can include permanent or short-term alimony, or reimbursement and rehabilitative alimony. Your New Jersey Divorce Attorney will discuss with you about what particular options may apply to your matter. Although highly contested by parties, disputed issues such as alimony can be negotiated successfully such as when an appropriate amount of alimony can be agreed upon by both parties, i.e. you and your spouse. In the event that an agreement cannot be reached then the court will take matters into their own hands, carefully determining their decision and what is the proper amount to be awarded based on the relevant facts.

If you are experiencing difficulty and troubles in your marriage and are in need of the assistance of a New Jersey Divorce Attorney please do not hesitate to call our office to schedule a consultation. North Bergen, New Jersey resident are approximately 10 minutes from our office located at 777 Terrace Avenue, Suite 303, Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey. Most residents of North Bergen will take South on US-1- S/US-9 S/Tonnelle Ave toward 54th St to reach NJ-3 W. Staying on NJ-3 W to take the NJ-17 N exit toward Rutherford and then merging onto NJ-17 to take the exit toward Polify Rd/I-80 E/Hackensack, proceeding down the ramp and making a right onto Terrace avenue. Our office will be on your left hand side.