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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."
“Good people who make a mistake should not lose their livelihood and should have a chance to earn a path back to the profession,” writes NJSBA president, Jeralyn L. Lawrence. Read the full article here.Read More
Your Credit Score and Divorce: What You Need to Know Your credit score is used for everything from renting an apartment to getting favorable rates on a car loan. Unfortunately, the wrong decisions during a divorce can tank this important indicator. To protect your finances, you need to fully understand the way divorce will change…Read More
Jessie Frees of WMTR 1250 AM Radio Station’s host of Ask The Expert interviewed Jeralyn Lawrence as part of This is Part I of a 5 part series of transcripts from the radio interview with Jeralyn. Ask The Expert Host Jessie Frees of WMTR 1250 AM Radio Station Interview with Divorce and Family Law Attorney…Read More
Divorce Appeals in New Jersey Sometimes, you are unhappy with the judge’s decision in a divorce hearing or trial. While the legal options are limited, some individuals may be able to appeal the divorce decree. Here are a few points to consider if you want to make an appeal to a higher court in New…Read More
“Our domestic violence backlog has increased tenfold. If you need to go to the court because you’ve been harmed by a partner, spouse or significant other in a domestic violence case, you’re going to feel that ramification of being deprived of your day in court,” said Jeralyn Lawrence, president of the New Jersey Bar…Read More
4 Ways Women Can Financially Prepare for Divorce According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, when a heterosexual marriage ends, a woman’s income falls by roughly 41%, while a man’s income falls by just 23%. Preparing for this steep decline in your income is important. 1. Do Research and Make a List of What You…Read More