How Long Does it Take to Get Divorced in New Jersey?
As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney, I am often asked how long a divorce will take.
- A divorce can last as long as you want it too, because you control the process.
- It’s best to have a divorce done within a year, and child custody issues completed in six months. You and your attorney can work toward getting through your case sooner, rather than later – including settlements, offers and acceptances of settlements, and taking reasonable positions.
- If you want to fight, we’ll fight. Some clients get into situations where they just fight back and forth, not realizing that the only two people who are winning are the two lawyers – because they’re getting paid.
- You are the client. You’re suffering, both emotionally and financially, so it’s important to have an action plan to make the process as short as possible. Hire an experienced attorney and get up, get in, and get out of the process as soon as possible.
Are you wondering how long your divorce could take? Contact dedicated New Jersey Divorce Attorney Christopher Leon Garibian for advice.