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Essex County Divorce

Essex County Divorce Attorney

Experienced New Jersey Divorce Lawyer

No two divorce cases are the same. Each one has a unique set of circumstances that need to be carefully considered during the divorce process. The final outcome of your divorce can affect your future, so it is important you hire a lawyer who can tailor solutions to meet your specific needs.

Essex County divorce attorney Howard J. Pfeffer has more than 45 years of experience practicing family law. He has successfully handled thousands of divorce cases for people throughout New Jersey. He can help ease the burden of the dissolution of marriage and help put you in a favorable position moving forward.

Call to hire Mr. Pfeffer or set up an Intensive Strategic Conference (I.S.C.).

Seeking a Divorce in Essex County

New Jersey allows couples to seek a divorce for "irreconcilable differences" — a broad term that leaves nearly all marriages open to dissolution. While this can be beneficial to couples who feel they simply grew apart, it also is frustrating for some because adultery and other separate grounds may have little bearing on the outcome of the case.

Howard J. Pfeffer, Attorney at Law, understands the specifics of a divorce in New Jersey and will do all he can to protect your interests. He will explain your rights and advise you on how best to achieve your goals during the divorce process.

An Honest Assessment of Your Case

Some divorce lawyers in New Jersey make a lot of money by telling clients exactly what they want to hear. Howard J. Pfeffer is a different kind of lawyer. When you hire our firm, Howard will give you an honest assessment of your situation from the beginning. He believes that telling you what you need to hear, not necessarily what you want to hear, better prepares you for making wise decisions during the dissolution of your marriage.

If you are seeking a divorce in Essex County, contact family law attorney Howard J. Pfeffer to hire Mr. Pfeffer or set up an Intensive Strategic Conference (I.S.C.).