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Monmouth County Divorce Attorney for Uncontested or Contested Divorce

Top Monmouth County Divorce Attorney

Are you contemplating a divorce in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and seeking a peaceful resolution with a divorce attorney? If you and your spouse are in agreement on the terms of your separation, an uncontested divorce might be the best path forward for you.  At the Law Offices of Sylvia S. Costantino, we focus on guiding couples through […]

Are You Struggling To Undo The “i Do”?

The struggle is always the same for people going through a divorce. Regardless of who initiates the divorce, emotions rule the day and derail even the simplest of cases. Tempers flare, one or both parties may act unreasonably, and ultimately good people find themselves at their absolute worst. Fortunately, this cycle runs its course and […]

Off The Beaten Path

As a divorce attorney, an important part of what I do is meet with people and listen to the story of their broken marriage. From that first consultation, I want to know why the relationship has ended. I am not a marriage counselor, so why would this matter to a divorce attorney? The whole dynamic […]

The Marital Home in a Divorce

Dear Reader, Often a key issue in a divorce is what should happen with the marital home. Until the parties know where they and the children will be living post-divorce, it is hard to move on mentally and prepare for the next step. Having to relinquish the feeling of security that a home represents to […]

When Divorce Finds You

You never thought it would happen to you because divorce is what happens to other people, right? You are not alone if you were blind-sided by your spouse declaring out of the blue that they want a divorce. Since the pandemic, abrupt declarations by a spouse that they are unhappy and want a divorce is […]

Navigating the Maze of Divorce: Expert Advice from a New Jersey Family Law Firm

Divorce is a challenging and emotionally charged process. As a leading New Jersey family law firm, we understand the complexities and sensitive nature of these cases. Our experienced attorneys have helped numerous clients successfully navigate the intricate maze of divorce law in the state. In this blog post, we aim to provide expert advice to […]

How Do I Tell My Spouse I Want A Divorce?

Telling your spouse that you want a divorce is an incredibly challenging and sensitive conversation. It’s important to approach the situation with empathy, clarity, and respect. Here’s a guide on how to navigate this difficult conversation: Remember, every situation is unique, and there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to this conversation. It’s crucial to approach it with […]

What Will Happen To My Pet In The Divorce?

In New Jersey, as in many other states, pets, including dogs, are considered property in the context of divorce proceedings. While the legal system does not view pets in the same way as children, there has been a growing recognition of the emotional significance of pets to families. Here are some considerations regarding the treatment […]

Complex Intersection: Substance Abuse And Its Impact On Divorce

Divorce is an emotionally challenging process, and when substance abuse becomes a factor, the complexities and difficulties can escalate. Substance abuse within the context of divorce introduces a unique set of challenges for both individuals involved and requires a delicate approach to ensure fair and equitable resolutions. The Impact of Substance Abuse on Divorce: Navigating […]

Can You Still Get Divorced With An Uncooperative Spouse?

You may be wondering what happens if you want a divorce, but your spouse refuses to accept that the marriage is over and essentially disappears off the grid when it comes to engaging in the process. What happens if your spouse refuses to accept service of the divorce complaint? What happens if your spouse refuses […]