Are You A Man Seeking A Fair Shake In A Divorce? Good Luck.
The fact is, men are at a subtle disadvantage in most family law matters. Even though the law clearly stipulates that women have no natural advantage over men in divorce, custody and support matters, bias has a way of creeping in:
"Of course the mother is the best custodian for the children!"
"Of course the mother should get the house."
"Of course a father is less capable of being a good parent."
Those assumptions need to be replaced with a new set:
"Men are as competent and as caring as women."
"Equitable distribution of property means just that — fair division."
"Fathers love their children just as fiercely as mothers."
At the Law Offices of Douglas I. Krompier MBA LLC, we have worked with many hundreds of men in divorce cases. We are struck by the degree to which men are discouraged about their chances, that they'll "take in the neck" at every stage in the family transition.
If The Playing Field Is Uneven, What Do You Do?
You make it level, that's what you do. Your best weapon in a divorce, custody hearing, child support or alimony matter is a lawyer who knows the law, who can detect these subtle biases when they show themselves, and will fight every inch of the way for your equal rights.
We have a positive attitude about your prospects, and so should you.
Yes, we represent men and only men.
Yes, we have the financial skills — Monmouth County divorce lawyer Douglas I. Krompier of Freehold has an MBA degree and a long history of success in New Jersey property division — to protect your assets.
Yes, we accept payment by credit card.
'Help Me Keep My Kids!'
If your children and your life assets matter to you, and are looking for high-quality representation in divorce or any other family matter, hire the most experienced lawyer you can find, one who understands finance and taxation as well as the future of your kids.
In Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean counties, that's family law attorney Douglas I. Krompier, at 848-863-8591, toll free 866-678-1448. Call him today, or describe your situation in a single sentence using this email form.