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Lawrence Law Expands Presence on Family Law Section Executive Committee

  Attorneys Jeralyn Lawrence, Rita Aquilio, Amy Wechsler, and Amy Shimalla were recently reappointed to the Family Law Section Executive Committee (FLEC) of the New Jersey State Bar Association. The Family Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association maintains and improves the practice of family law through effective interaction with the family courts…

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Jeralyn Lawrence and Amy Zylman Shimalla Speakers at Family Law Summer Institute

  Jeralyn Lawrence and Amy Zylman Shimalla were speakers at the Family Law Summer Institute, a comprehensive 2-Day program, hosted by the New Jersey State Bar Association. The program provided keen insights into almost all aspects of matrimonial practice intended for attorneys who are just starting their legal careers to experienced attorneys as well.¬† Attorneys…

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How New Jersey Courts are Handling Litigation

COVID-19 Brings Changes to Litigation in New Jersey¬† The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of life in New Jersey, and the courtroom and litigation processes are no exceptions. If you are considering a divorce, you may wonder how the pandemic might affect the scheduling and process of your case. Some of the changes that…

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Changes to New Jersey Court Proceedings

COVID-19 Brings Changes to Litigation in New Jersey The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of life in New Jersey, and the courtroom and litigation processes are no exceptions. If you are considering a divorce, you may wonder how the pandemic might affect the scheduling and process of your case. Some of the changes that…

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Why Choose New Jersey Divorce Arbitration?

How Arbitration Could Help Resolve Your Divorce Divorce can be a difficult and challenging time for many New Jersey couples, and while some of them may be able to quickly reach a resolution to their dispute, many others remain far apart on key issues, including child support or asset division. At the same time, divorce…

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