• Biography

    Daniel A. Burton devotes his entire practice to matrimonial and family law.

    Dan represents clients in all aspects of matrimonial and family law, including all stages of divorce/dissolution of civil union/domestic partnership litigation, mediation and arbitration, custody and parenting time issues, alimony and child support, pre-nuptial agreements, separation and matrimonial settlement agreements, post-judgment litigation, and domestic violence matters. Dan has also argued cases before the Appellate Division.

    Dan tried a divorce case that spanned 78 days, over a period of eight months, involving complex financial and custodial issues requiring expert testimony.  Prior to entering private practice, Dan served as Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Eugene A. Iadanza, J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey, Family Division, Monmouth County. Throughout his career, Dan has handled more than 250 contested divorce matters across all counties in New Jersey.

    Dan is co-chair of the Somerset County Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division; serves as an Early Settlement Panelist in Somerset and Hunterdon Counties; and is active in the Somerset County Inns of Court, where he has lectured. He has also lectured for New Jersey ICLE. In addition to being active in the Somerset and Hunterdon County Bar Associations, Dan is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and an active participant in its Young Lawyers Division.

    Dan is a committee member for the Raritan Valley Community College Golf Outing, one of the primary annual fundraising events for the college each year.

  • Education & Career


    Widener University School of Law | J.D., 2009
    Duquesne University | B.S.B.A., 2006

    Bar Admissions

    New Jersey
    U.S. District Court

    • District of New Jersey

    Professional Affiliations

    American Bar Association

    New Jersey State Bar Association

    • Young Lawyers Division
    • Family Law Section
      • Young Lawyers Subcommittee

    Somerset County Bar Association

    • Young Lawyers Division
      • Co-Chair

    Monmouth County Bar Association


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