When should a divorcing couple consider litigation?

By Sonya K. Zeigler
March 02, 2017
When should a divorcing couple consider litigation?

Sadly, there are sometimes cases that are necessary to be litigated. A good attorney will do their best to craft a remedy and resolution that limits the amount of involvement the Court has in its outcome. Approximately only 1% of cases in the State of New Jersey ever go to trial in family court. This is because most people are wise enough to realize that it is better for them to control decisions concerning their children, their assets, and their income than to hire a stranger who is sitting on the bench making those decisions on their behalf.

Sonya K. Zeigler is a partner at Stolfe Zeigler, a boutique family law firm that obtains favorable outcomes for high-net-worth, complex, and litigious cases.

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March 02, 2017
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