BorgerMatez Launches New Website and Family Law Blog

New and improved website and family law blog contains information on traditional divorce, divorce mediation, collaborative divorce, alimony, custody, grandparent rights, college tuition, adoption, same sex marriages and many other family law topics.

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Cherry Hill, PA (PRWEB) April 04, 2014

BorgerMatez P.A., one of South Jersey’s most respected family law firms, is pleased to launch its new and improved website and family law blog. The site and the blog can be found at: http://www.njfamilylaw.net.

Gary Borger and Bruce Matez are extremely excited about the new website and blog, stating that now men and women in South Jersey will have much easier access to information on traditional divorce, divorce mediation, collaborative divorce, alimony, custody, grandparent rights, college tuition, adoption, same sex marriages and many other family law topics.

Laden with articles and FAQs—all written to be consumer friendly—“visitors will have a wealth of knowledge at their fingertips to help them consider their own unique personal situation,” according to Gary Borger.

“Our intent with launching our blog,” said Matez, “is to keep our clients and friends regularly updated on important trends, decisions and other vital matters that may affect their family life and businesses. The feedback we have already received is tremendous.”

Borger and Matez have received advanced training in divorce mediation and collaborative divorce--an increasingly popular alternative to traditional adversarial divorce litigation for couples wishing to end their marriage with dignity and respect, which utilizes a mutual problem solving approach. Consequently, the website contains a great deal of information on these less antagonistic and more civil ways to end a marriage. Both alternatives are gaining in popularity in Southern New Jersey.

BorgerMatez P.A. is located in Cherry Hill, NJ and concentrates its practice in divorce, divorce mediation, collaborative divorce, custody, parenting time (formerly called “visitation”), alimony, child support, equitable distribution of marital property and debt, post-divorce disputes (i.e., enforcement of prior orders or agreements and modification of custody/parenting time, alimony and/or child support, etc.), domestic violence, cases involving the NJ Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly DYFS), adoptions, and applications to relocate children from New Jersey incidental to or after separation or divorce. The attorneys in the firm also regularly prepare and negotiate all types of pre-marital, cohabitation, same gender, and divorce-related settlement agreements. For more information, call (856) 424-3444 or visit http://www.njfamilylaw.net.


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