Cordry Hartman Interviewed By Suburban Family Magazine
“Untying the Knot”
When’s the last time you broke a promise? Most of us intend to follow through with our promises, but that doesn’t always happen in reality. What should you expect when going through with a divorce, and should you hire legal representation? Suburban Family Magazine recently answered those questions in a magazine article titled “Untying the Knot.” Journalists seeking answers went directly to Frances Hartman and Frank Cordry, leading divorce lawyers, to answer those questions.
Suburban Family Magazine
Suburban Family Magazine is a monthly magazine that’s dedicated to families in New Jersey. The magazine often features articles that touch on serious issues that impact New Jersey’s family and community members. In “Untying the Knot,” author Liz Hunter discusses the serious topic of divorce and how to cope with it. She interviewed both Frances Hartman and Frank Cordry about domestic violence and its role in divorce proceedings. Here’s what they had to say:
- Domestic violence during a divorce often includes assault, threats, harassment, financial abuse and isolation
- Attorney Hartman explained that she often encourages victims to seek out counseling for their own safety
- Attorney Hartman also explained that temporary restraining orders or civil restraints are a great option for victims
- Both lawyers explained that they take claims of domestic violence very seriously. Details and witnesses are necessary because sometimes false claims are made
- Claims of violence should never be used as leverage in divorce or child custody cases
Domestic violence incidents may become more apparent throughout a divorce proceeding. If you are in fear for your safety, then it’s necessary to reach out for help as soon as possible.
What to Expect When Ending a Marriage in New Jersey
Domestic violence is only one concern when going through a divorce. In “Untying the Knot,” the author also touches on the following subjects:
- Debt and bankruptcy
- Substance abuse
- Custody and visitation
If you have any additional questions about your divorce, then it’s suggested you reach out to an attorney for help.
Cordry Hartman, LLC Practice Areas
Frances Hartman, Richard D. Cordry and R. Frank Cordry are practicing attorneys at the law firm Cordry Hartman, LLC in Moorestown, New Jersey. Together, they focus on the following areas of the law:
- Child support
- Child custody
- Civil rights
- Personal Injury
The law firm was founded to help support families in New Jersey who are going through a divorce or other legal issues. The firm offers personalized services to each client and the ultimate goal is to ensure your divorce settlement goes as smoothly as possible.
Contact a Moorestown Family Law Attorney for a Consultation About Divorce in New Jersey Today
If you are thinking about filing for divorce, or if you have already started the divorce process and are dealing with another matter such as child custody, child support, or division of assets, you need to speak with a qualified attorney. The New Jersey family law attorneys at Cordry Hartman, LLC represent clients throughout the state, including Moorestown, Cherry Hill, Haddonfield and Mount Laurel. We understand how challenging this time can be for you, which is why we will fight hard to protect your interests, and the interests of your loved ones, throughout the legal process. Call us at 856-452-4474 or fill out our confidential contact form to schedule a consultation. We have an office conveniently located at 505 S Lenola Rd Ste 224 Moorestown, NJ 08057.
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