Belmar borough is located along the eastern border of Monmouth County. It covers 1 square mile of land and ½ mile of water. Belmar, Italian for beautiful sea, borders the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Avon, Neptune, Wall Township and Spring Lake to the north, west and south. There are approximately 5,700 full time residents living in Belmar. During the summer months, that population can swell to over 20,000. Of its small population, only 27% are married couples. Belmar is a popular summer vacation destination due to its proximity to New York City and Philadelphia. The borough features beaches for swimming, surfing and fishing. There is an extensive boardwalk that offers shops, restaurants and various festivals. Belmar Beach is among one of the most popular surf spots on the East Coast and often hosts various surfing events throughout the year. Belmar is also known for various annual events such as the Belmar Pro Surf Contest, the Jersey Shore Relay Run, the Belmar Fall Festival and most notably, its annual St. Patricks' Day Parade.
Belmar Divorce Attorney
In the event that you are a Belmar resident and you are contemplating filing for divorce, please contact the law firm of Villani and DeLuca to schedule your free consult today. The law firm has 4 full time attorneys whose practice is dedicated solely to matrimonial law. Collectively, the law firm has over 60 years of family law experience. All of the attorneys in the matrimonial department are equipped to deal with litigation, from the simple to the complex as well as act as mediators or collaborative law attorneys. As a Belmar resident, your divorce proceeding will take place within the Monmouth County Court System. Although located in Ocean County, the attorneys at Villani and DeLuca routinely appear in the Monmouth County courthouse and are familiar with other Monmouth County attorneys and judges.
Belmar Divorce Mediator
Villani and DeLuca head partner, Vincent C. DeLuca, Esq., routinely mediates divorces for families who reside in Belmar. Mr. DeLuca is certified by the New Jersey State Supreme Court as a mediator. He is also often times called upon by Monmouth County Judges to help mediate complex cases that could benefit from an impartial mediator. Mediation offers countless benefits to complex litigation ranging from cost savings to ultimate control over those issues most important to you. Mediation offers you the ability to focus on those issues most important to you as opposed to litigation when an impartial judge is bound by case law and statute to resolve your case.