The Borough of Little Silver is a community of approximately 6,000 people located in eastern Monmouth County. It is most recognized for its award winning blue ribbon schools. Little Silver is located minutes away from New Jersey beaches and offers direct train service to New York City. A small portion of the 3.3 square miles of land of little silver rest along the Shrewsbury river, affording spectacular views to those homes on the river. Of the approximately 6,000 residents in town, approximately 73% are married.
Divorce Attorney in Little Silver
It is often times difficult to navigate the possibility of divorce. It can often be overwhelming and difficult to comprehend. If you reside in Little Silver and are contemplating filing for Divorce, let the law firm of Villani & DeLuca, P.C. handle all of your divorce needs. The law firm of Villani & DeLuca, P.C. offers 4 full time attorneys whose sole focus is all areas of family law. The firm provides focused attention to clients during representation in all family law matters. Because each family is unique, every case is handled with care and attention specific to the facts of your particular case. Whatever family law issue you are facing whether it is divorce, custody, child support or all of the above, our firm is dedicated to obtaining the best possible result for you in the most efficient and effective way.
Little Silver Child Custody Lawyer
When couples with children divorce, child custody is often the most important issue at hand. Many people are unaware that there are two separate and distinct types of child custody; legal and physical. Physical custody deals with in what location the children will live, while legal custody focuses on the decisions made concerning the child's upbringing. Those issues include anything from religious affiliation, education, medical treatment and other major decisions. Falling under the umbrella of legal custody are 2 possible types of custody; joint legal custody and sole legal custody. Joint legal custody means that both parents share equally in any decisions made regarding the health and welfare of the children. Sole custody, on the other hand, is granted when it is determined that one parent is unfit to make decisions concerning the best interest of the child. Sole custody is very uncommon and is often awarded when one parent has an addiction or illness or is incarcerated and would be unable to care for the child's best interests. The attorneys at Villani & DeLuca, P.C. have years of experience handling each and every specific facet of each and every child custody case.
Little Silver Divorce Mediator
Mediation is an effective method for resolving marital conflict where both parties retain control over the decision making process. Unlike an adversarial proceeding, mediation requires cooperative decision making and problem solving between the parties. Mediation is extremely useful in the resolution of your divorce for various reasons. Mediation is less costly than litigation and it allows you to retain control over the outcome. Mediation also provides greater flexibility for you and your family as you are not bound by case law and statues as the you would be in the court system. Villani & DeLuca, P.C. Partner Vincent C. DeLuca, Esq. routinely mediates cases for families that reside in Monmouth County. He is frequently appointed by Superior Court Judges to assist parties in mediating their cases.