Our Family Law attorneys have years of family law litigation, mediation, and arbitration experience, and limit their practice focus to exclusively handling family law matters. We practice and handle cases throughout New Jersey with our offices in New Brunswick, Red Bank, Hammonton and Clinton. We are highly respected in the legal community as we have each attained a very high level of expertise in the field. We understand the sensitivity, importance, and emotion involved in this area of practice.

Each of our family law attorneys is dedicated to fully protecting and advocating our client’s legal rights. We strive to attain a just and proper result in each case handled. We endeavor to treat our clients with respect and care. We pride ourselves on our responsiveness and total commitment to each and every client. Our firm offers professional and personal legal services while having at our disposal the resources needed to handle family law cases of virtually any nature and degree of complexity.

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