Assets and children are among the most common concerns for people who are thinking of getting a divorce or who have been served with papers.
The Law Offices of Veronica R. Norgaard, LLC, understands these concerns. Its attorney and staff work to help its clients emerge from the process in the best situation possible: with their finances, their families and their dignities intact.
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The firm's lead attorney, Veronica Norgaard, began her legal career as a judicial law clerk in family court, and she has had extensive training in family law matters and has practiced both tax law and real estate law.
As a result, she possesses a deep understanding of financial and transactional matters relating to property division, child support, alimony, prenuptial agreements and other matters involving money and assets. All of these make her an effective advocate for her family law clients.
Attorney Norgaard helps her clients successfully dissolve their marriages by the following legal paths:
- Simple divorce, in which issues of dividing assets and debts, child custody and visitation, and alimony can be negotiated between the parties and settled out of court, making the actual divorce proceeding a simple and relatively quick process.
- Contested divorce, in which for various reasons, the issues cannot be resolved and court litigation is required. These can include complex property division issues involving business interests, real estate, taxation, retirement funds, as well as those involving child custody and visitation. When child support and alimony must be resolved often the assistance of financial experts is needed.
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When it is in the client's best interest, the firm will attempt to negotiate with the opposing side to resolve the important financial and personal issues surrounding divorce. By doing this, clients can avoid having to endure an expensive and lengthy court process. When successful, a negotiation can set the stage for peaceful interactions after the divorce, particularly in child custody and visitation.
Further, negotiations allow the parties to retain control of their destinies. While allowing a judge to resolve a divorce may sound attractive, it may not result in either side getting what they truly want out of a divorce in terms of money, assets or child access.
However, when a court fight is unavoidable, attorney Norgaard tenaciously represents her clients' interests so that they can obtain what is best for them and their children.
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The Law Offices of Veronica R. Norgaard provides peace of mind to clients in tumultuous situations. For more information or a free initial consultation with a lawyer, contact the firm online in New Brunswick, New Jersey, or by calling 732-226-7619.