New Jersey Divorce Attorney

Effective. Affordable. Fast.

Divorce is never easy. Dealing with the legal proceedings shouldn’t add to the stress. At Carvajal Law, we understand the sensitive nature of divorce proceedings and related family matters. We offer a personal touch while dealing with your divorce that provides the simplest path to allow you to move on with your life.

Why Choose Us

A New Jersey Family Attorney with a Personal Approach

Carvajal Law is part of the North Bergen community, and provides divorce attorney services to Hudson County, including Jersey City, West New York, Newark, Hoboken, Bayonne, and the surrounding communities.

The personal touch provided by Attorney Lazaro Carvajal is what makes it a preferred New Jersey family law firm. The firm is able to get families get

through a divorce quickly and effectively because it specializes in divorce and the related areas. These include traditional divorce, uncontested divorce, custody, alimony, and more.

Carvajal Law has over a decade of experience assisting families in Hudson County, and is highly rated due to Lazaro’s experience in family law, which allows the process to be effective and efficient.

Lazaro Carvajal

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Introduction

Over a Decade of Experience

Attorney Lazaro Carvajal has helped families in North Bergen, Jersey City, West New York, and the surrounding communities for over a decade. He prides himself on his personal approach to each case, and making the process as easy as possible for families.

I’m passionate about providing a personal approach to a difficult situation, helping families move on quickly.

– Lazaro Carvajal

Attorney/Founder

Practice Areas

Effective Legal Services for Families

Traditional Divorce
Family Law

Traditional Divorce

Uncontested Divorce
Family Law

Uncontested Divorce

Child Custody
Family Law

Child Custody

Alimony & Spousal Support
Family Law

Alimony & Spousal Support

Property Settlement
Family Law

Property Settlement

Family Law

Family Law

THE CARVAJAL DIFFERENCE

We Specialize in Divorce and Family Law in New Jersey

Getting your divorce finalized is one thing. But dividing your assets and making decisions on your children can make it even more complex. We can help with all areas of your divorce.

01. How long will my divorce take to complete?

Each divorce situation is unique. If you and your spouse agree on basic separation terms, the process can be quicker. Either way, Attorney Lazaro Carvajal will fight for your best interest and work to get the process completed quickly.

02. Can I get an uncontested divorce?

If you and your spouse agree on basic terms such as custody, alimony, and property and debt division, an uncontested divorce is a good option to move the process along quickly.

03. How much will my divorce cost?

Costs depend on the needs of each divorce, but Attorney Lazaro Carvajal believes in providing affordable options for every situation. He understands that going through a divorce is already expensive – high attorney fees shouldn’t be another stress.

04. How will custody be decided?

Attorney Lazaro Carvajal works with couples that agree on custody and those who do not. He has the experience and passion to fight for your best interests during the divorce proceedings.

05. How will assets be divided?

If couples do not agree on asset division, Attorney Lazaro Carvajal can help by fighting for your best interest in the divorce. He has the experience and knowledge to work toward the best result for you.

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