LGBT Divorce and Dissolution

Find the Best LGBT Divorce Lawyer for Your Needs

In 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that all Americans – regardless of gender or sexual orientation- have the legal right to marry the person they love.

Love is love. Marriage is (finally) marriage. Unfortunately, LGBT divorce in New Jersey remains a complex legal subject with ever-changing precedent.

Arons & Solomon specializes in all areas of LGBT family law, including:

  • Domestic Partnership and Civil Union Dissolution
  • LGBT Child Custody Disputes and Parental Relocation
  • LGBT Divorce Litigation
  • LGBT Domestic Violence
  • LGBT Prenuptial Agreements
  • LGBT Child Support and Alimony Disputes
  • Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration, and Collaborative Divorce
  • Post-Divorce Settlement Modifications and Conflict Resolution

Every case is different, because every family is different. Arons & Solomon can help you regain control of your life during this difficult process.

Dissolution of Domestic Partnerships and Civil Unions

To dissolve a civil union, at least one partner must be a current resident of New Jersey and live in-state for at least one year.

Ending a domestic partnership or civil union raises its own set of challenges. Families must resolve the same property, spousal support, and custody disputes as a marriage. Yet, the laws governing these agreements are different from marriage and constantly changing.

It’s important to find a lawyer who understands the difference between a “dissolution” and a divorce.

The experts at Arons & Solomon stay ahead of the latest developments in New Jersey civil union dissolution law, and adjust our legal strategies accordingly.

A Law Firm Committed to Tolerance and Respect

Arons & Solomon maintains a professional atmosphere that welcomes people from all walks of life. We do not discriminate based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or any other personal characteristic or lifestyle preference.

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