Divorce & Family Law Attorneys in Cherry Hill, NJ
For over 20 years, Underwood & Micklin has represented individuals through all divorce and family law matters. Our firm is dedicated to our clients’ futures. We work with each person to develop a tailored legal strategy that fits their specific situation. Whether you are facing divorce matters, including alimony, property distribution, child custody, and child support, or face the need to take post-judgment action, our firm is ready to step in. For a consultation with an experienced and effective law firm, contact Underwood & Micklin.
Divorce can be a complicated process. While some couples can come to an agreement outside of court, many are not able to set aside their differences and negotiate terms of the divorce. All divorces, contested and uncontested, must address relevant marital issues. More
Alimony is one of the most significant marital issues leading a couple to court. In some divorce cases, couples have agreed on all other matters, litigating this one factor. Also known as spousal support, alimony can be a hotly contested issue. In many of these situations, the couple disagrees with what the other deserves. More
The division of marital property, also known as property distribution, is a significant divorce issue for many splitting couples. It is understandable that splitting one’s possessions can be an emotional and trying process. Many find themselves litigating their divorce on this one issue alone. More
Parents in New Jersey are obligated to support their children until the age of 19. This is a minor shift from the previous age of 18, changed on February 1, 2017. This is the presumed age of emancipation. Many times, the support obligation extends far beyond the 19th birthday. When a couple cannot agree to a fair child support structure, they can easily face a courtroom to litigate the matter. More
Child custody may be one of the most potent issues in a divorce. Parents who get divorced may need to address the post-divorce parenting structure. While some parents can set aside their differences and work through alternative dispute resolution for the betterment of their child, others are not able to come together, leading a couple to litigation. More
At the end of a divorce and family law matter, everyone involved hopes they can come to a conclusion and move on. However, when these decisions are made, they are made based on the current circumstances. Neither of the parties involved or the court can predict what will happen a few years down the road. More