Family Law Services for Middlesex County Families
Divorce is understandably a difficult time for any couple, and it may become even more challenging if there are significant assets or property to divide or if children are involved. If you are considering filing for divorce or have been served with a divorce complaint, you will need an experienced Middlesex divorce attorney to help guide you through the process. If you live in or around Middlesex County, you can trust the experienced attorneys at Drescher & Cheslow to act in your best interest and fiercely fight for your rights. We have a long track record of success in our nearly 4 decades of practicing family law.
Middlesex County’s Child Custody and Child Support Lawyers
A child custody case can be extremely difficult and emotionally challenging for both parties involved, and laws involved in child custody and child support cases require a family law attorney who is both knowledgeable and highly skilled. At Drescher & Cheslow, we encourage parents to reach custody agreements whenever possible, but if necessary, we will fight for your parental rights in the court of law. Our team is always compassionate in our approach and will work to find amicable solutions to difficult child custody cases. Additionally, if you need help establishing child support, increasing child support amounts, or terminating child support in Middlesex County, seek advice from one of our trusted team of attorneys today.
Family Law Attorney Serving Middlesex County
At Drescher & Cheslow, we understand that family law issues can be extremely sensitive and complex. So, it is important having an experienced law firm on your side. We have over 35 years of experience handling all types of divorce and family law matters and our team always strives for integrity and honesty, devotion and reverence for the law, respect for our neighbors and friends, and bravery in the face of injustice for clients we represent in Middlesex County, NJ. Our team will fight to protect your assets and stability, child custody and visitation, and equitable distribution of property.
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