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Princeton, New Jersey Divorce Attorney

The decision to file for divorce is rarely an easy one, and having to work through the legal process on your own will only make it more of a challenge. You need an experienced divorce lawyer on your side to help you through this process

Keith Hofmann is the divorce attorney you need. Not only will he work with you and explain every step of the process, but he will ensure that you leave your marriage with the best result possible, so you can focus on moving on in your life.

Keith Hofmann understands a divorce can be difficult, and there are likely hurt feelings and emotions for both parties. It’s important to have an attorney that recognizes this and that can not only get the job done, but is there for every step with your best interest in mind, always. Keith Hofmann is the right divorce attorney for the job.

Grounds For Divorce in New Jersey

New Jersey has modernized into a “no-fault” divorce state, which means that if either party in a marriage decides they simply no longer want to be married, they have grounds to pursue divorce proceedings. As a result of the Divorce Reform Act of 1971, married couples can avoid using “at fault” grounds when divorcing.

Although New Jersey has added “no-fault” divorce options to couples that simply no longer desire to be married, individuals are still able to file under one of the “fault grounds” available, such as:

  • Desertion
  • Abuse
  • Extreme cruelty
  • Drug addiction
  • Habitual drunkenness
  • Mental illness
  • Imprisonment
  • Deviant sexual conduct

Contact Our Princeton Divorce Attorneys Today!

No matter your reason for divorce, Keith Hofmann is ready to guide you through it, so you can focus on what’s best for you and your family. Let’s talk about how we can get started on your divorce, by giving us a call at (609) 375-2049.

Legal Practice Areas

Civil Unions/Domestic Partnerships

Mediation and Arbitration

Child Custody

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