Knowledgeable Family Law and Estate Planning Attorneys
Receive effective counsel from the versatile Mayro & Mayro, Attorneys at Law, in Atlantic County, New Jersey. Our seasoned lawyers handle all facets of family law and are results-driven attorneys.
We offer a comprehensive analysis of your case, enabling you to learn your rights and responsibilities. Our team offers Mediation Services and Collaborative Divorce.
With our attorneys at your disposal, you are privy to the most likely outcomes and we will work together to determine the best strategy and the most effective method of approach.
With more than 34 years of practice in family law litigation and mediation, our attorneys are experienced and are held in high-regard within the legal community.
We have the ability to handle all of your pressing family law needs, including:
• Collaborative Divorce
• Spousal Support
• Child Support
• Property Distribution
• Pre-Nuptial Post-Nuptial Agreements
|• Domestic Partnership Dissolution
• Paternity Rights
• Modifications to Child Support
• Custody and Visitation Agreements
Estate Planning, Probate and Estate Administration
In order to direct your family members on how to best assist you in the event of your death or incapacitation, we prepare outright distribution wills, durable power of attorney documents, and living wills. Wills designate who receives your property but, more importantly, they give you the power to dictate the future care of your children.
Losing a loved one is an emotional and difficult time. The attorneys at Mayro and Mayro can help you through this difficult time with professional expertise and compassion. We can assist you and your family with all the necessary steps involved in probate, estate administration and distribution of assets, and estate litigation, including:
- Filing of the will
- Proving the will
- Gathering assets to be distributed
- Administration of an estate (with or without a will)
- Filing necessary inheritance and death taxes
- Will and trust contests, challenging wills and trusts when it is believed the documents were signed due to fraud, under duress or because of undue influence
- Challenges to probate
Contact us to work with esteemed family law and estate attorneys that want the best for you.