Knowledgeable Legal Guidance in New Jersey
When you are struggling to navigate any sort of legal problem, you can depend on The Law Office of Jason A. Dennis to provide compassionate, solutions-oriented legal support. Our Iselin lawyer has experience handling matters of family law, criminal defense, bankruptcy, and more. Whatever the nature or scope of your case, you will work directly with our attorney, who will walk you through all possible approaches, scenarios, and outcomes. Delivering favorable results and ensuring your satisfaction are our top priorities, and we will leverage the full extent of our resources to provide you with the high-quality services you deserve.
Contact us online or call (347) 868-6100 to request a free initial consultation. Same-day appointments, flexible payment plans, and services in English, Haitian Creole, and Spanish are available.
Any dispute that affects your family calls for a delicate level of legal attention from a professional who understands what is at stake. We are prepared to assist you with cases involving divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, property division, prenuptial agreements, and more. Our firm will diligently represent you from beginning to end and make every effort to protect your interests. Our lawyer is well-versed in family law and how these contentious disputes are decided in New Jersey courts. We also recognize the strain these conflicts can put on your loved ones and will work to resolve your case as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. This may involve attempting to resolve the issue through alternative dispute resolution strategies, such as mediation, arbitration, or collaborative law.
If you have been charged with a crime or learn you are the subject of a criminal investigation, do not speak to any member of law enforcement before getting legal advice. Anything you say can and probably will be used against you, so avoid answering questions and continue to ask for a lawyer. Our Iselin attorney at The Law Office of Jason A. Dennis is prepared to defend you against a wide range of misdemeanor and felony charges in state and federal courts, including violent crimes, sex crimes, theft crimes, drug crimes, and white-collar crimes. We are always ready to go to trial and will aggressively fight for you in court. Should we receive an unfavorable decision, we will pursue all available appellate remedies.
Are you struggling to keep up with your debts or are in danger of losing your home or car? It may be time to consider filing for bankruptcy, a powerful form of relief that can get your life back on track. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is available to people with little to no current income, while Chapter 13 bankruptcy is designed for people who can afford a payment plan. Both types of consumer bankruptcy stop collection actions, meaning they can be used to temporarily stop foreclosure, repossession, and collection lawsuits. Upon completing either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, filers can typically wipe out any remaining unsecured debt, including credit card debt and medical debt. We will work with you throughout your filing and help you take steps to maximize your recovery.
Ready to discuss your case with our attorney? Call (347) 868-6100 or contact us online today.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Type of Visa do You Need to Become a Permanent Resident of the US?There are a number of visas available to foreign nationals wishing to permanently immigrate to the United States depending on their current status. If you are a foreign national engaged to a U.S. citizen there is a fiancé visa, if you are related to a U.S. citizen and wish to immigrate there are family visas, a work visa if you are experienced in a particular field or industry, and more.
What Should You Do if Your Visa Expires?There are a number of visas available to foreign nationals wishing to permanently immigrate to the United States depending on their current status. If you are a foreign national engaged to a U.S. citizen there is a fiancé visa, if you are related to a U.S. citizen and wish to immigrate there are family visas, a work visa if you are experienced in a particular field or industry, and more.
Can You Work While Waiting on a Green Card?If you have a valid H-1B or L-1 visa, you can continue working in the U.S. even while waiting on approval for a green card. Green card applicants are not able to start working in the United States without one of those Visas until they obtain a work permit by filing an I-765.
How do You Apply For Asylum?You must submit an I-589 form to apply for asylum. If you are in removal proceedings, meaning that you have a hearing with an Immigration Judge scheduled, your asylum application must be submitted to the Immigration Court. If you are not in removal proceedings the application must be submitted to USCIS. In most cases, an asylum application must be filed within one year of your date of entry to the United States. A successful application must show the applicant fears persecution in their home country due to their race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. Asylum cases tend to be very complex and require extensive evidence. It is recommended to contact an attorney before filing an application due to how complicated these cases are.
How Much Does a Green Card Cost?The total cost of a green card application will vary depending on the specifics of the case. An attorney can give you a more exact estimate of what your case will entail.