At Molina Legal Services our experienced, warm and bilingual team is eager to represent you on your family law issues which may include the following:
Divorce: A marriage is a serious legal and economic commitment whose accumulation of property, assets and debt will determine the prospective lifestyle of the parties involved. As your estate grows larger and more complex, the greater your need grows to hire an attorney who has the experience to protect your family’s’ assets during a divorce.
Ending a marriage can be painful. But if your marital relationship is no longer working out, it is often better to part ways than to silently put up with an agonizing ordeal for the rest of your life. Remember, your divorce may well be the beginning of a new life for you. We all deserve to be happy!!!
Spousal Support: Spouses may be entitled to spousal support, also known as alimony or maintenance, if there is a divorce or separation. NJ Alimony laws are vague and allow for great flexibility which we can help you understand and negotiate for a very successful financial future.
Child Custody and Parenting Time/Visitation: Custody arrangements that aim to allow parents to maintain a strong bond with their children is the hallmark of ensuring the best interest of the child. This is not always an easy tasks to achieve when one parent is interfering with the other parent's visitation, his/her behavior alienates the child from the other parent, and or is engaging in behavior that is not in the best interest of the child. According to New Jersey law, child custody decisions are to be made with the children’s best interests at heart.
Domestic Violence: If there is an allegation of domestic violence, you can be charged with a criminal complaint, a petition for a domestic violence restraining order, or both. A conviction for domestic violence can carry severe consequences which can affect your rights to own a handgun, visitation with children, employment, and countless other possible consequences.
Juvenile Arrest: The New Jersey Criminal Justice system imposes harsh penalties on minors (under the age of eighteen) accused of breaking the law. While it favors rehabilitation over incarceration and is generally preferable to the adult system, there are still extremely serious ramifications that can have an immensely negative impact on your child’s future.