New Jersey Divorce Lawyer on Grounds for Divorce

As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer, I often speak to clients who are ready to file for divorce and want to know about grounds.

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  • The state of New Jersey recognizes 10 grounds under which a divorce can be filed; however, most people just file for irreconcilable differences.
  • In custody cases involving a tort and monetary compensation, extreme cruelty can be used, and will require a list of the acts, et cetera, that took place.
  • The term, irreconcilable differences, simply means that, for at least six months leading up to filing the complaint for divorce, irreconcilable differences existed.
  • When you get a divorce in New Jersey using grounds of irreconcilable differences, you’ll actually be asked this question in front of the judge: “Are there any reasonable chances of reconciliation?”

Do you have questions on grounds for divorce? Contact experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Christopher Leon Garibian for knowledgeable guidance.

This educational video was brought to you by Christopher Leon Garibian, an experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer in Morris County.