Providing Reliable Divorce Resources in Morris County
Moskowitz Law Group, LLC: We Are Here to Assist You
Going through a divorce or another family law matter can be complicated,
but you do not have to navigate through the legal system on your own.
Here at Moskowitz Law Group, LLC, our
Morristown divorce attorneys are committed to helping individuals throughout our community find effective
solutions for their various issues.
Schedule a free consultation online or over the phone: (201) 419-6223.
If you are interested in modifying an existing divorce decree, the website
for the state of New Jersey Department of Health provides helpful information.
Oftentimes after a divorce, one or both parties have the desire to make
a change to a preexisting decree, whether it is a decree for:
Modifications to decrees are typically wanted when circumstances change,
and this can occur in a number of ways. If one parent remarries, child
custody, child support, or alimony modification may be desired. If an
environment becomes unsuitable for children to live in, a child custody
modification may be granted.
If you desire a divorce decree, you can seek assistance at the Superior
Court of New Jersey Records Center. For more information about divorce
decrees, click here, or call the Records Center at (609) 421-6100.
Assistance with the Morris County Clerk
The Morris County Clerk is a five-year position, intended to serve the
public, determined by the New Jersey Constitution. Some of the duties
held by this position include the recording and maintenance of every conveyance
of real property, including deeds, mortgages, liens, maps, and other legal
If you need to search for an official record, you can do so on the website.
If you have recently been married or are getting divorced, the County
Clerk can assist you with the documentation needed to change your name
and/or address. In addition, weddings are performed at the center, along
with a variety of other services.
For more information about the services offered by our County Clerk,
Court System in Morris County
If you are going through a family law matter that needs to be handled in
court or needs legal aid, it may benefit you to visit the Morris County
government website. The website contains useful information for people
looking for legal assistance.
Court Administrator: Handles budget development and expenditures, supervises judicial support
personnel, and more.
Law Library: For the judiciary, prosecutors, attorneys, and public, containing thousands
of volumes and current law journals.
Legal Aid: Provides legal advice and representation for divorce, child custody,
child support, visitation, and other family law matters
Superior Court of New Jersey: Administers all of the courts throughout Morris County, and supervises
and manages all court matters.
For contact information or other assistance, feel free to visit the website today.
New Jersey Courts
If you are going through a family law matter that must be handled in court,
it may be helpful for you to browse the website for the courts in New
Jersey. The two legal centers are the Morris County Courthouse and the
Sussex County Judicial Center. The two centers were built with the intent
of serving the people throughout the counties, by providing a system for
finding solutions to legal complexities. This includes family law matters,
which can be personal because they involve handling matters of people's
To find out more about the services offered, do not hesitate to go to the website.
Personalized & Effective Counsel from Morristown Divorce Lawyers
While our intention is to provide our clients with useful information to
help them gain a better understanding of their situation and family law,
we understand that there are issues that cannot always be addressed on
a website. With more than 50 years of combined experience, our New Jersey
family law attorneys stand ready to assist clients with their various
family law matters, regardless of how complex they may be.
Give our firm a call today to receive the legal assistance you need!
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