Category Archives: Jeralyn Lawrence

Jeralyn Lawrence Interviewed on the Law & Crime Network

  Jeralyn Lawrence was interviewed on the Law & Crime Trial Network.  View the interview here.

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Jeralyn Lawrence Interviewed on “Nothing But The Truth” Podcast

    Jeralyn Lawrence, Esq. joins Bob and Dave, discussing her approach in providing a positive experience to all her clients, especially during the emotional and trying times of a divorce. “A great compliment to any attorney is knowing that those who have used your services recommend you to friends and family” – Jeralyn Lawrence,…

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Jeralyn Lawrence Quoted on NJ.com Article, “I’m considering divorce. How long will it take with all those judicial vacancies?”

  Jeralyn Lawrence was quoted on the NJ.com article, “I’m considering divorce. How long will it take with all those judicial vacancies?”.  Read the full article here.

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Jeralyn Lawrence Elected as Immediate Past President of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers

  Congratulations to Jeralyn Lawrence on being elected as Immediate Past President of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers – New Jersey. Best wishes for great year ahead for the new President, Carolyn N. Daly.

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Jeralyn Lawrence Interviewed on WHYY Radio Times

  Jeralyn Lawrence Interviewed on WHYY Radio Times.  Here is a link to the show: https://whyy.org/episodes/regional-roundup-august-8-2022/

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Jeralyn Lawrence Quoted in NorthJersey.com Article “How a ‘catastrophic’ shortage of judges is disrupting the lives of thousands in NJ”

  “Delays in divorce and custody agreements also weigh on the mental health of the families involved, (Lawrence) said. Families that need to relocate out of state may need approval of a custody agreement, and they can’t get into court to settle that. Read the full article 1l.ink/7NR2X87 [may require subscription]

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