Bradley Beach covers approximately 54 acres of land in Monmouth County. Bradley Beach is north of Avon and south of Ocean Grove and lies along the Atlantic Ocean. Although Bradley Beach is small in size, it has a year round population of 4,300 yet its summer population can swell to over 30,000. Given its location, Bradley Beach offers something for everyone. As Bradley Beach sits along the Atlantic Ocean, it offers ¼ of mile of beachfront property. You can swim, surf, paddleboard or crab if you so choose. Bradley Beach is located 10 minutes south of Asbury Park which offers gourmet restaurants, bars and the famous Stone Pony if you wish to take in a concert. Bradley Beach is also 5 minutes from Belmar which also offers a significant amount of dining options as well as the possibility to take a deep sea fishing charter boat if you desire. Of its small population, only 23% of Bradley Beach's residents are married.
Divorce in Bradley Beach
In the event that you are a Bradley Beach resident and you are considering filing for divorce, let the matrimonial attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. help you navigate the path. With 4 full time attorneys dedicated specifically to the practice of family law, Villani & DeLuca, P.C. is more than well equipped to handle any matrimonial issue from the simple to the complex. There are various ways that you can obtain a divorce if you live in Bradley Beach. First, you can litigate your matter within the Monmouth County court system. Second, you can choose to hire a mediator to help you and your spouse to work together to resolve all outstanding issues. Lastly, you can choose to have a collaborative law divorce. In either case, the attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. are capable and prepared to handle your case from inception to completion. Contact them today for your free consultation.
Collaborative Law Divorce in Bradley Beach
Collaborative law refers to the process of removing disputes from your divorce litigation and instead opting for a problem solving setting of negotiations. Thus, this a process by which parties use mediation and negotiations to settle their marital disputes. The difference between mediation and collaboration is that in collaborative divorce, both parties are represented by their own attorney. In mediation, there is one neutral mediator in charge of attempting to resolve all the differences between the parties. The benefits of collaborative law are that it is a cost savings, it allows you to control what is really important to you, it can save you time and it is usually removes the acrimonious feeling that can often times accompany a divorce. The attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. have participated as both mediators and within collaborative law divorces. If you feel that you may be interested in exploring a collaborative law divorce, let the attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. help guide you.