Divorce

Divorce

The attorneys at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC understand that a high net worth divorce with significant assets requires attention to more than the numbers on the page. Our experienced lawyers provide a comprehensive approach that balances our clients’ desire for efficient representation with their need to ensure that their assets are fairly and duly distributed.

Setting Initial Alimony Obligations

Alimony causes tension in many divorces, but the issues may vary widely between high-income and median-income couples. Median-income couples may negotiate alimony with the intent of helping the lower-earning spouse pay basic living expenses.

Modification of Existing Alimony Obligations

Alimony causes tension in many divorces, but the issues may vary widely between high-income and median-income couples. Median-income couples may negotiate alimony with the intent of helping the lower-earning spouse pay basic living expenses.

Modifications of Existing Child Support Obligations

In many divorces, two of the most important decisions a family will make involve where their children children will live and what role each parent will play in the children’s lives. The attorneys at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC are mindful of the lingering impact that divorce negotiations and proceedings can have on these relationships. 

Emancipation

In many divorces, two of the most important decisions a family will make involve where their children children will live and what role each parent will play in the children’s lives. The attorneys at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC are mindful of the lingering impact that divorce negotiations and proceedings can have on these relationships. 

College Contribution

In many divorces, two of the most important decisions a family will make involve where their children children will live and what role each parent will play in the children’s lives. The attorneys at Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC are mindful of the lingering impact that divorce negotiations and proceedings can have on these relationships. 

Family Law for Same-Sex Couples

Same-sex couples in New Jersey have been able to enter into civil unions since 1997. A civil union is not a marriage, but it entitles same-sex couples to many of the same rights and benefits afforded to an opposite-sex couple. There are differences, however, that require guidance from an experienced attorney when same-sex unions are being created or dissolved.