A Skilled Lawyer Guiding You Through Divorce And All Family Law Situations

Handling Divorce And Related Matters For More Than 30 Years

Last updated on August 19, 2022

Divorce is fraught with emotion, but you can navigate it clearheadedly with the assistance of an experienced attorney. At Patti Family Law, in New Jersey’s Monmouth County, founding attorney John A. Patti uses over 30 years of experience to guide his clients through the often-turbulent waters of divorce. He handles mediation, arbitration and traditional litigation with compassion and skill.

As a certified matrimonial law attorney, he can help you find positive outcomes regarding:

  • Assets division: Obtain an equitable property distribution arrangement that protects your finances.
  • Spousal support: Determine a fair alimony amount, whether you are the supporting or dependent spouse.
  • Child custody: Uphold your parental rights and preserve the best interests of your children.
  • Child support: Ensure that your child’s needs are provided for via adequate financial support.

Even in the uncertainty of the current pandemic, Mr. Patti can help you with all issues relating to your divorce, whether it is contentious or noncontentious. Along the way, he will explain your rights and guide you through the many complex steps until you arrive at the next stage of your life.

Work With A Lawyer Certified In Matrimonial Law

It is rare to find an attorney recognized by the Supreme Court of New Jersey for his marital law practice. The Supreme Court has certified Mr. Patti in matrimonial law, which means that he has completed extensive training and education in the field. This serves as a testament to his skill in handling divorce issues for his clients.

Get Trustworthy Guidance For Your Divorce

When you are considering ending your marriage, seek counsel from a certified attorney. To contact Mr. Patti for an initial consultation, reach out to Patti Family Law. Please call 732-913-3631 or send an email today.

Serving individuals in Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean counties.