I’m Ron Graziano. I’ve been a lawyer in New Jersey since 1974 – 42 years and counting. During most of that time, my principal focus has been on helping clients with Cherry Hill New Jersey Divorce Law as well as clients throughout South Jersey with divorce and family law.
- Are you going through a divorce?
- Do you need to negotiate a separation agreement?
- Before or after your divorce decree, do you need an agreement for custody of your minor children?
- Visitation rights?
- Child or spousal support?
- Equitable division of assets?
I’ve based my career on my belief that people needing a Cherry Hill New Jersey divorce lawyer deserve to be represented by a very special kind of lawyer, one who is:
- A good listener and communicator, a lawyer who will make sure that he understands your desires, and one who will make sure you know what is going on with your case.
- An experienced and effective trial attorney. Not every case goes to court, but your lawyer needs to be willing to do so. And opposing counsel needs to know that if no compromise is reached, they will wind up in front of a judge.
- Your lawyer needs to understand your financial situation, and will make sure that the case is resolved in a manner which you can afford.
- The New Jersey divorce lawyer you choose must understand your family situation as regards child custody, support and alimony, so that you get the result you want without unnecessarily ruining the future relations between you, your children and your ex-spouse.
- The lawyer needs to know the ever changing laws and decisions which can impact your case.
- Your lawyer needs to know the judges and courts and opposing counsel in South Jersey.
Does that sound like a tall order? It is.
- That’s why I’ve focused my practice on divorce and family law for 40 years.
- That’s why I spend almost all my time working for my current clients AND staying on top of New Jersey Divorce and Family Law.
- That’s why I make sure that my client’s objectives are realistic, and that I can reasonably deliver a good result.
- That’s why I keep my trial skills sharp and actually teach trial tactics to other lawyers.
- That’s why I not only know the law but also write about it.
Can I do a better job for my clients than when I was just starting out?
Can I do a better job as a South Jersey divorce and family law attorney than if I tried to be involved in all sorts of matters.
Here is a list of the types of cases a New Jersey Divorce and Family lawyer has to pay attention to:
- Separation Agreements: You have reached a point in which you need to establish a separate home from your spouse, but you’re not yet ready to terminate the marriage. The separation agreement deals with child custody and visitation rights; child and spousal support arrangements; assets and living arrangements.
- Divorce: You’ve reached a point at which you’ve decided to terminate the marriage. All loose ends have to be tied up. The future of all parties has to be considered. It’s much easier to make a divorce arrangement than change one in the future.
- Modification of any of the terms of the original divorce decree.
- Enforcement actions when the other party fails to live up to the original divorce agreement.
If that seems like a lot, it is. In my career, I’ve found that I cannot do the job for my Divorce and Matrimonial clients and also be effective at real estate; criminal law; bankruptcy and all the other areas of law a practitioner can get involved in. I have chosen to be a master of one area vs trying to be a jack of all trades.
I’m proud of my firm and my track record. Give me a call at 856-755-9800 or fill out my online form. I promise we’ll have a quality conversation and I will take the time to understand your situation and your goals.
I’ll understand your issues.
I won’t take your case unless I think I can help.
I won’t take your case unless I’m sure that your goals are realistic and affordable.
And I won’t let you hire me unless it’s clear that we can have a two-way relationship that will work for you.
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