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Could Judicial Vacancies Affect Your New Jersey Divorce?

The Effect of Judicial Vacancies on New Jersey Families Judicial vacancies in the New Jersey courts have entered the news, sparking concerns for many people with pending matters before the court. Approximately 15% of all Superior Court judgeships in the state remain vacant. As a result, people may face significant hardships when their divorce, child…

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Lawrence Law Divorce Attorneys Speaking at New Jersey State Bar Association’s Family Law Summer Institute 2022

  Jeralyn Lawrence, Esq. and Amy Shimalla, Esq. will be speaking at the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Family Law Summer Institute 2022 being presented on July 26-27, 2022. The Family Law Summer Institute is a two-day, information-packed program, which provides keen insights into almost all aspects of matrimonial practice.

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Jeralyn Lawrence Quoted in NJ.com article “Do I have a right to my ex-husband’s pension?”

  Jeralyn Lawrence, Esq. was quoted in NJ.com article “Do I have a right to my ex-husband’s pension?” Read the full article here…https://1l.ink/CLMBFZB

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Getting Ready for the Financial Side of Divorce

Preparing Financially for Your Divorce Divorce is not only an emotionally and personally taxing time; it is also a major financial milestone. With approximately half of all marriages ending in divorce, this financial transition can be all too common, and many people leave their divorces with greater financial stress and more difficulties in planning for…

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Jeralyn Lawrence Featured in NJ Family Magazine’s Mompreneur, Women in Business

  Our Founder, Jeralyn Lawrence, was featured in NJ Family Magazine’s Mompreneur, Women in Business issue. Jeralyn answers numerous questions about her business including what inspired her to open her own business. What inspired you to start your business? After more than twenty years as an attorney working for someone else, I knew I needed…

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