Attorneys Who Understand Divorce Litigation
Litigation is not an ideal means for resolving disputes during most divorces. A protracted court battle is costly, and it can leave long-lasting damage to a family’s relationships. However, not every divorce can be accomplished amicably through negotiations and mediations. If you anticipate that your divorce will inevitably result in litigation, you need an attorney with significant trial and courtroom experience to ensure that your interests are protected.
The attorneys at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC understand the particular needs that come with litigating a divorce. While our cases, including our high net worth cases, usually achieve a resolution through other means, the three partners at our firm have the advantage of significant trial and courtroom experience, which they use when cases must be litigated.
Attorneys With Litigation Experience
Our law firm has handled numerous cases in New Jersey from the initial filing of the Complaint for Divorce to the completion of litigation, including appeals and post-judgment motions. As a result, the attorneys at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC understand that litigating a divorce requires a unique approach beginning early in the case. Part of preparing for litigation involves ensuring that each case has the proper evidence, which will be admissible at trial. We understand how to ensure that critical information for each case is properly documented and presented to the trial judge.
Experienced, Prepared Representation for Litigation
When a divorce dispute appears to need litigation, our lawyers will prepare all aspects of the case for trial. While we hope to resolve cases through negotiation as a way to keep the involved parties in control of the case, when litigation is necessary, we will provide clients with the experience and the preparation that their case deserves.
We provide guidance with respect to all issues of a divorce to clients living throughout New Jersey including Mercer County, Somerset County, Hunterdon County, Middlesex County and Burlington County.