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Burlington County, NJ: Divorce Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms

The law office of Michael J. Stein, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, has been an integral part of the surrounding communities for more than a decade. We help families and individuals take prudent legal steps in family law matters like divorce, and in real estate transactions. Led by founding attorney Michael J. Stein , our law office prides itself on being accessible to our clients, and...

Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group is a team of New Jersey divorce specialists and family law experts dedicated to providing our clients with the highest level of protection and peace of mind. With a focus on divorce, high net worth divorce, child custody, adoption, mediation, and other family law matters, we are committed to our mission of: Safeguarding Your Rights. Safeguarding Your...

Christopher R. Musulin has been protecting people and families with divorce and family law matters for 29 years. His commitment to his profession and professional success is illustrated by his admittance into the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers as a Fellow in 2006 (only approximately 1600 in the country). Mr. Musulin is unique in that he is a divorce and family law attorney, an Accredited...

Family law attorney Mitchell L. Mullen in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, has earned a reputation for his practical approach to resolving family law matters. Mullen Law was founded to provide individuals in South Jersey with a quality legal resource to effectively solve family law problems. Our law firm is committed to achieving your goals, while providing you with sound legal advice delivered with...

Burlington County Divorce Attorney For 20 years, The Law Firm of Michael S. Rothmel, LLC, has provided high-quality, affordable legal counsel to individuals and their families in Burlington County, New Jersey, and the surrounding area. We provide sound legal advice and representation to people with a variety of needs. Our practice encompasses matters of family and criminal law, including divorce,...

Facing Divorce or Legal Separation?

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