New Jersey Divorce Attorneys / Lawyers
Click on any NJ county below to find a divorce attorney in your area.
This directory includes NJ divorce lawyers and attorneys who practice family law in the following towns: Audubon, Cherry Hill, Cinnaminson, East Brunswick, Edison, Flemington, Freehold, Jersey City, Linwood, Manasquan, Maywood, Mount Holly, Newark, Point Pleasant Beach, Red Bank, Roseland, Scotch Plains, Shrewsbury, Somerville, Totowa, Verona, Voorhees, Wall, Westfield, Wyckoff.
In accordance with New Jersey Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 7.4(b) (1997), Any certification as a specialist, or any certification in a field of practice, that does not state that such certification has been granted by the Supreme Court of New Jersey or by an organization that has been approved by the American Bar Association, indicates that the certifying organization has not been approved, or has been denied approval, by the Supreme Court of New Jersey and the American Bar Association.
While divorce is an emotional process, it is also a legal process. To aid in making informed legal decisions and prepare for your divorce there are several things you should know and do as part of that preparation. Because divorce is a legal proceeding the New Jersey rules and statutes of divorce must be followed.
If children are involved you should know what the New Jersey child support services are.
An important step in the process is to finding a competent, reliable divorce attorney or mediator. All New Jersey lawyers have Rules of Conduct that they must adhere to. Another valuable resource would be the New Jersey Bar Association. The proper professional can help you explore your options and reach a conclusion that is best for you and your family.
Educate yourself and refer to the many useful resources found online. Find out where your local family court is and familiarize yourself with it. You can do this by checking out the New Jersey court system website.
All divorce attorney listings are a paid attorney advertisement, and do not in any way constitute a referral or endorsement by an approved or authorized lawyer referral service. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. The information provided is not intended to be legal advice, but merely conveys general information related to divorce issues commonly encountered.
Divorce Attorney / Lawyer Firms in NJ
|Kelly, Kelly, Marotta & Lafferty, LLC, Maywood NJ
||Villani & DeLuca, P.C., Point Pleasant Beach NJ
|Shane and White, LLC, Edison NJ
||Mayro & Mayro, Attorneys at Law, Linwood NJ
|The Law Offices of Michael R. Magaril, Westfield NJ
||Law Offices of Theodore Sliwinski, East Brunswick NJ
|Law Offices of Daniel K. Newman, Voorhees NJ
||Linda L. Piff, Attorney at Law, Wall NJ
|Law & Mediation Office of George J. Chehanske, Freehold NJ
||Lesley Renee Adams, Attorney At Law, Newark NJ
|Law Office of Michael D Fioretti, Cherry Hill NJ
||Law and Mediation Office of Joseph C. Noto, Wyckoff NJ
|Fox Rothschild, LLP, Roseland NJ
||Law Offices of O'Toole & Gunteski, LLC, Manasquan NJ
|Deni Law Group, LLC, Flemington NJ
||Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt, Freehold NJ
|Freeman Hughes Freeman, LLC, Jersey City NJ
||Fridie Law Group LLC, Audubon NJ
|Robert A. Gleaner, P.C., Audubon NJ
||Jeffrey R. Brown, Attorney at Law, Freehold NJ
|Puglisi & Sherwood LLC, Wyckoff NJ
||Kent Law Group, LLC, Hamilton NJ
|Musulin Law Firm, Mount Holly NJ
||The Law Office of Toby Grabelle, LLC, Shrewsbury NJ
|Weiner Lesniak, LLP, Parsipanny NJ
||Law Offices of Laura M. D'Orsi, L.L.C., Red Bank NJ
|Law Office of Geraldene Sherr Duswalt, Scotch Plains NJ
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