New Jersey has a moderate divorce rate
through out the state which is 3.0 per 1,000 of the total population.
New Jersey family court has defined both no-fault and fault
grounds for divorce. Most of divorces are granted on no-fault
grounds. Although fault based divorces are also common but a concrete proof must be provided when the case is filed.
In annulment the marriage is dissolved as it never existed. Its grounds are rare and difficult to prove, making it not a much often opted option.
To be on safe side and to avoid any substantial loss, divorce attorneys and lawyers can provide you with discrete services wherever required during the dissolution process. For professional information regarding divorce and annulment
, consult a divorce attorney
or divorce lawyer in your state.