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Concentrating in all facets of family law litigation and mediation for over two decades throughout the State practicing in all counties as appearing before all State Appellate and Administrative Courts and skilled in representing out-of-state/out-of-country clients in New Jersey litigation.

Some decisions cannot be undone, so call for a consultation to review all your options before making any decisions. Be sure to mention this website when you schedule your consultation for a reduced consultation fee.

Additionally, there are numerous complementary dispute resolution tools such as mediation that can help cut down the time and cost of resolution.

Special Family Law Issues

  •  Dissolution of civil unions 
  •  Cyberspace affairs--adulterous conduct, abandonment & desertion
  •  Custody disputes and modification of custody, married and unmarried
  •  Third party interest in marital property
  •  Challenging/defending pre-nuptial and co-habitation agreements
  •  Marital torts and spousal abuse
  •  Sexually-transmitted diseases by spouse
  •  Undiscovered liquidation/sale of marital assets
  •  Valuation of family businesses and corporate benefits
  •  Modification of alimony and child support
  •  Voiding agreements executed under undue pressure
  •  Change in sexual preference by other parent/spouse
  •  Locating hidden marital assets
  •  Juvenile delinquency and education-related issues
  •  Psychological/physical limitations of spouse
  •  New Jersey divorce for out-of-state/country parties
  •  Protecting exempt assets from distribution
  •  Grandparent/sibling visitation
  •  Removal or Prevention from removal of children out-of-state/country
  •  Adoptions and Name Change Petitions
 
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