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Jeralyn Lawrence devotes her practice to matrimonial, divorce, and family law, and is a trained collaborative lawyer, divorce mediator and arbitration.
"Our firm is built on three core principals - 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."
I knew I wanted to be a lawyer for as long as I can remember. My father is a retired juvenile detective from New Jersey. I developed my love for the law through him. Law school proved challenging, requiring round-the-clock studying, but this diligence allowed me to graduate second in my class. Throughout law school and…Read More
Lawrence Law has partnered with VictimsVoice to help its clients who are facing domestic violence issues. VictimsVoice is a tool that aims to fix the legal documentation burdens victims face when recalling details for reporting acts of abuse, harassment, and discrimination. “We are extremely proud to partner with VictimsVoice. We are offering this tool to…Read More
The definitions of “parenthood” and “family” continue to evolve. Today, it is not uncommon for a child to have a parent-child relationship with someone other than the biological parents. As the needs of children change, and as society changes, so does the law surrounding custody and parenting time. Therefore, a third party who lives in…Read More
I often hear attorneys say calculating child support is the easiest part of their job. In New Jersey, we have Child Support Guidelines. As such, the New Jersey guidelines will be presumably accepted by both the parties and the Court. Child support is based on the parties’ respective combined available net income. The support is…Read More
Custody and parenting time issues are highly contentious and hotly contested in many New Jersey divorce cases. Because of this, a Parent Coordinator can serve divorcing parties well by assisting them in trying to resolve their issues. Often times when either the parties agree or the Court enters an Order regarding same, a Parent Coordinator…Read More
The New Jersey Appellate Division case of Milcarsky v. Milcarsky, confirmed the trial court’s decisions about thorny issues resulting from prolonged separation. In this case, the parties separated after nine years of marriage. However, neither filed for divorce until 2015, 11 years later. The court treated this marriage as one of 20 years’ duration. The…Read More