Family Law Office Serving Monmouth County
Family Law Office Serving Monmouth County Residents
Family law issues, especially when it comes to divorce or domestic abuse, are sensitive and complex which is why you need the best law firm representing you. At Drescher & Cheslow, we strive 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 Monmouth County, NJ. Whether we are faced with protecting our client’s assets and stability in the event of divorce, child custody and visitation, equitable distribution of property, you can trust our attorneys will be with you every step of the way.
Monmouth County’s Top Elder Law Attorney
At Drescher & Cheslow, we understand that your family is important, and that elder law is essential. So, when it comes to transitioning your parents or grandparents into nursing homes in Monmouth County, we work with you every step of the way through this substantial emotional and logistical stress. With proper planning, we help our clients greatly ease the cost of a nursing home. Our Elder Law legal team has extensive experience helping clients qualify for Medicaid and choose the most cost-effective and secure routes for their elder care.
Family Law Services in Monmouth County
At Drescher & Cheslow, we have over 35 years of experience handling all types of divorce & family law matters. So, if you are going through a divorce, marital separation, or have children with another to whom you are not married in Monmouth County, we believe that guidance and representation from experienced lawyers are crucial to helping you achieve your goals.
As our society becomes more sophisticated each year, divorce & family law has become increasingly complex. Since litigants in the family courts of New Jersey generally undergo an emotional upheaval, it is the family lawyer’s job to know the law, to understand and counsel clients on the consequences of various strategies, and to advise the client when it is best to settle and more preferable to litigate in the courts or before an arbitrator.