Oakhurst is located in the eastern portion of Ocean Township. It is an unincorporated community located within the borders of Ocean Township. Oakhurst has approximately 4,000 residents located within 1.6 square miles. Of its population, almost 68% are married residents. Similar to Ocean Township, Oakhurst is desirable due to its proximity to the beach, New York City and Philadelphia. It is a desirable place to raise a family.
Oakhurst Divorce Attorney
If you reside in Oakhurst and are contemplating a divorce, contact the law firm of Villani and DeLuca today for your free consultation. Our firm has four experienced full time divorce attorneys dedicated solely to the practice of family law and who routinely represent residents in Oakhurst. The attorneys at the firm have extensive practice handling all types of family and divorce related matters ranging from child custody, alimony, equitable distribution, grandparent visitation, college contribution and domestic violence to name a few. In the event you reside in Oakhurst, and wish to obtain a divorce, your case will be handled in the Monmouth County Court System. The Superior Court in Monmouth County is located at 71 Monument Park in Freehold, NJ. The divorce attorneys at Villani and DeLuca routinely appear in the Monmouth County vicinage.
Free Divorce Consultation in Oakhurst
Oakhurst residents should know that the Law firm of Villani and DeLuca offers free consultations. These consultations are also confidential. These consultations provide you with valuable information that you will need to help navigate your divorce process. The attorneys at the firm can provide you with an understanding of how the divorce process works, and what you can expect to encounter during the process.
Divorce Attorney in Oakhurst
Managing partner, Vincent C. DeLuca, Esq., has over 23 years of experience in handling complex divorce matters. He is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Matrimonial Attorney. This is a designation held by only 5 other attorneys in Ocean County. In addition, he is also an experienced divorce mediator. He mediates in excess of 100 cases per year. In addition, he is often times appointed by judges in Monmouth County to help mediate complex litigation cases. Mediation is often times a cheaper and quicker alternative to complex divorce litigation.