Our experience has shown us that no two divorce cases are alike. Some are more amenable to settlement than others. We pride ourselves on sensing which cases will most likely benefit from traditional or alternative dispute resolution.
After a divorce judgment is entered, circumstances can change, requiring a modification of the terms of your divorce or you may need assistance enforcing the terms of your divorce judgment.
Custody and parenting time can be the most difficult issues in a divorce or between parties who have never been married. Tonneman & Connors understands the importance of your relationship with your children.
If you are the victim of domestic violence, you are in an especially delicate position. We have represented numerous domestic violence victims in the past. Our legal professionals understand that you are in a highly sensitive position.
If you have received an unfavorable decision from the trial court, Tonneman & Connors, LLC is here to help with your appeal. We have experience appearing before the Appellate Division and the New Jersey Supreme Court in appellate matters.
In some instances, it makes sense to choose an arbitrator to decide issues in your case outside of court. Arbitration allows the parties to control the scheduling of their matter, maintain a level of privacy in their matter.
Collaborative divorce can be an excellent option for parties who wish to reach an amicable resolution of their matter outside of court. In collaborative cases, both parties and their attorneys sign a collaborative participation agreement.
Mediation allows for you and your spouse to hire a private mediator to facilitate your settlement discussions outside of court. Mediation can occur at the beginning of your divorce process before either party has filed a Complaint for Divorce.
A growing number of couples in New Jersey are obtaining a premarital agreement before tying the knot. A premarital agreement allows for parties to plan their financial future in the unfortunate event of divorce or death of a spouse.