Central New Jersey Divorce & Family Law;
Northern New Jersey Divorce Trial Results
Ten-Year Marriage Sole legal and physical custody of four-year-old son awarded to client father following ten day NJ custody trial. Consistently prevailed in related post-judgment litigation, which included New Jersey Appellate Division and New Jersey Supreme Court applications. Although client earned over $80,000 more than wife, successfully avoided any alimony award against him. In fact, former wife was ordered to pay child support. Case involved no less than six domestic violence complaints by former wife against client, all of which were successfully defended at multiple trials.
Ten-Year Marriage Permanent alimony and child support awarded to client wife at trial of hotly contested support issues. Wife was a young, able-bodied income earner and mother.
Ten-Year Marriage Husband made domestic violence complaint against client wife during the pendency of her New Jersey divorce. Successfully defended wife and obtained compensatory damages against husband for filing a frivolous claim.
Ten-Year Marriage Client husband filed domestic violence complaint against wife during the pendency of New Jersey divorce and wife counterclaimed. Husband was awarded sole legal and physical custody of child.
Nonmarital Cohabitation Relationship. Won 100% of home purchased in contemplation of marriage (which never occurred) for client father following multi-day trial, which was limited to the issues of entitlement to the home and child support. Our mid-trial request for legal briefing and argument regarding the partitioning of the home resulted in success.
Fourteen-Year Marriage Alimony and child support awarded to client wife at multi-day trial. Both parties were relatively young and wife was earning over 40% of the marital income.
Six-Year Marriage Evenly shared legal and residential custody of five-year-old son awarded to client father following three-day divorce trial, where wife’s attorney was insisting upon sole legal and physical custody. Husband was ultimately designated as the parent of primary residence.
Ten-Year Marriage Successfully limited husband’s alimony exposure to eight years at $1500 per month and one year at $1000 a month. Client husband earned $110,000 per year, while former wife was an unemployed full-time mother of three. Former wife’s New Jersey divorce attorney insisted upon permanent or 16 years of limited duration alimony at $3500 per month going into trial, and failed. Additional parenting time for client father was also awarded.
NJ Child Custody Disputes. Voted New Jersey Family Law Super Lawyer for four consecutive years, New Jersey divorce lawyer Curtis J. Romanowski, Esq. has never lost a custody trial.
NJ Domestic Violence Cases Whether defending against or representing a victim at a NJ domestic violence trial, we have only lost on one occasion. In that case, the trial judge committed an appealable error, and the alleged victim agreed to drop her restraining order, rather than deal with the consequences of an appeal.
Please consider our track record of proven results when you need help with your New Jersey Divorce, Child Custody or Domestic Violence case.