Rita M. Aquilio, a matrimonial and family law attorney with Lawrence Law, was reappointed to the Family Law Section Executive Committee (FLEC) of the New Jersey State Bar Association. 2019 marks the sixth year in a row that Aquilio has been reappointed to the Executive Committee. She has also again been appointed to serve as the American Bar Association Liaison to FLEC.
“I am honored by the opportunity to continue to serve on the Family Law Executive Committee alongside many of the State’s brightest and most passionate family law attorneys,” says Aquilio.
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 and by informing members of current legislation and regulations.
Aquilio practices in the areas of divorce, child support, custody, and post-judgment issues. She represents clients in all types of matrimonial actions, from basic matters to complex asset valuation cases. She is a trained Collaborative Divorce Attorney and a member of the Executive Committee of the Somerset County Family Practice Committee. Aquilio has also been trained by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers as a Family Law Arbitrator. She is a Trustee of the Somerset County Bar Association and a Member of the District XIII Ethics Committee. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the New Jersey Lawyer Magazine, the professional journal of the New Jersey State Bar Association. Aquilio earned her J.D. from Western New England College School of Law, and her B.A., cum laude, from Drew University.
Lawrence Law, Watchung, New Jersey, is a boutique firm devoted exclusively to the practice of matrimonial and family law.
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