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Jeralyn Lawrence is a Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney who devotes her practice to matrimonial, divorce, and family law, and is a trained collaborative lawyer, divorce mediator and arbitrator.
"Our firm is built on three core principles - serving each client in a compassionate, strategic and efficient manner. We guide our clients through their matters with the shared goal of navigating some of life's worst moments."
What Happens When an Unmarried Couple Splits Up? Couples break up on a daily basis in New Jersey and throughout the country. Because marriage is not only a way to express romantic love and commitment but a package of legal obligations and rights as well, it is typically far more complicated to break up as…Read More
Protecting Your Children Through Healthy Co-Parenting Divorce is almost always a challenging time for couples. When a relationship comes to an end, it can be an emotionally painful experience, accompanied by anger, hurt or regret. However, when divorcing couples share children, they have an additional factor to consider: How can you co-parent successfully and healthily…Read More
Jeralyn Lawrence and Amy Shimalla were speakers at the Somerset County Bar Association’s Marathon CLE at Raritan Valley Community College on November 22.Read More
Divorce and Cryptocurrency Cryptocurrency has gone from an obscure hobby to a significant investment for many people in New Jersey and across the country. As crypto assets like bitcoin and ethereum rise dramatically in price, many investors have become wealthy, especially those who entered the crypto market in the early days. However, cryptocurrency can also…Read More
Jeralyn Lawrence, Amy Shimalla, and Rita Aquilio will be speaking on the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Hot Tips in Family Law Webcast on November 11.Read More
Jeralyn Lawrence, Amy Shimalla, and Rita Aquilio are speaking today on the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Hot Tips in Family Law Webcast.Read More