Practice Areas: Divorce & Family Law
Divorce is never easy, but divorce lawyer Frank Tournour of East Brunswick is committed to making the process as painless as possible for our clients. At Tournour Law, we protect our clients’ rights and interests in every aspect of their divorce proceedings; we can help you by filing petitions for temporary or permanent support or custody, representing you in child custody hearings, negotiate support and property division, and much more. We offer traditional litigation, negotiation, and mediation for those who wish to settle their divorce without going to court.
A divorce can be very complicated, and you may have questions about your future. We have provided answers to frequently asked questions regarding these proceedings. Our team cares about your case and your future, and we can handle the complexities of your divorce while protecting your interests.
Couples with children must approach divorce carefully and with their children’s best interests in mind. Child custody involves many complexities and tough decisions. We can make this trying process as stress-free and expeditious as possible, while protecting the best interests of you and your child.
After a divorce, a family may struggle to evenly divide the costs of child care. Our team can fight for your rights and evaluate the best options for your children and your finances. We will work quickly to find a solution that works for your family so you can put your divorce in the past.
Child Support FAQs
If you or a loved one is confused about how child support will affect your family’s happiness after divorce, we encourage you to educate yourself on the basics. We have assembled easy-to-understand answers to frequently asked questions about child support to help you and your children.
Child Visitation Rights
The safety and happiness of your children following separation or divorce must be handled with care and objectivity. Many factors affect the visitation rights a judge allows a parent. Our team has your child’s best interests at heart, and we can fight to protect your rights to custody or visitation.
New Jersey’s Parentage Act specifies the circumstances under which a man is presumed to be the father of a child. If the parentage of your child is in question, you should immediately contact an attorney who can protect your rights until a paternity test is taken under controlled circumstances.
If you are a grandparent concerned about the future of your relationship with your grandchildren Tournour have proven expertise and our team can fight to protect your special bond, and your rights to visitation as a grandparent throughout the very complex and difficult process of divorce.
If you are beginning the divorce process and expect to receive support from your ex-spouse, you should contact an attorney immediately to explore your options. Because no blanket law exists in New Jersey concerning alimony, your family law judge will decide whether your alimony request is approved.
Domestic violence is inexcusable and creates emotional and physical wounds that can last a lifetime. We help victims of spousal abuse escape the vicious cycle of violence. Whether you have been physically injured, or received verbal threats against you or your children’s safety, there is a way out.
The team at Tournour Law is committed to helping battered spouses and their children escape the cycle of domestic violence. Our lawyers can fight for your rights and help you file for divorce, gain custody of your children, apply for alimony or child support, file criminal charges, and more.
Prenuptial contracts designate the division of finances and possessions if the marriage comes to an end or a spouse passes away unexpectedly. Visit our prenuptial agreement FAQ page for fast answers to common questions regarding this arrangement.
An annulment is an alternative to divorce that dissolves the marriage and voids the marriage from its beginning. Legally ending a marriage can be an extremely complex process. Our attorneys can protect your assets and your livelihood as you begin to move on from your marriage with a clean slate.
Today, not every long-term couple chooses to be married. In the event that a cohabitational, non-married couple has been together several years, asset division and partner support can become a complicated legal matter. Our attorneys can help you as you begin a new chapter in your life.
Mediation can save time, money, and frustration during divorce litigation. Mediation focuses on finding solutions that satisfy both parties’ interests, while retaining a civil relationship between the parties. Tournour Law can help you and opposing parties reach a mutually beneficial agreement.