Collaborative Divorce Attorney in New Jersey

In a collaborative divorce, the parties commit to settle their case. To show that commitment, they sign a contract called a Participation Agreement that signifies the commencement of a collaborative divorce.  As the case progresses and issues arise, other professionals such as custody and financial experts, are brought in to help resolve the case issue-by-issue.  Two of our attorneys, Jeralyn Lawrence and Rita Aquilio are members of the New Jersey Council of Collaborative Practice Groups. The collaborative approach mitigates fighting and the strain of litigation, while promoting respect and keeps the spouses in control of the divorce process.

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Jeralyn Lawrence Recognized in New Jersey Super Lawyers in Several Categories

Jeralyn Lawrence, founder and Managing Partner of Lawrence Law, has been selected as a 2019 New Jersey Super Lawyer in the Family Law section.

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Two Lawrence Law Attorneys Named Among New Jersey’s Rising Stars

Lawrence Law attorneys, Kristyl M. Berckes and Ashley E. Edwards have been selected to the 2019 New Jersey Rising Stars list, an honor reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice. Only 2.5% of attorneys in New Jersey receive this distinction. Berckes, a resident of Bedminster, represents clients in all aspects of matrimonial and…

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Jeralyn Lawrence to Speak on Seton Hall Law Family Law Career Panel

Jeralyn Lawrence, founder and Managing Partner of Lawrence Law, will participate in a panel discussion at Seton Hall Law’s “Careers in Family Law.” The program, open to all Seton Hall Law students, will take place on February 28, 2019 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Seton Hall Law. The program is being hosted by The…

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Rita M. Aquilio, of Lawrence Law, to Participate in CLE Program

Rita M. Aquilio, a divorce lawyer with Lawrence Law, will participate in a CLE Program – Discover Yourself: Navigating the First Years of Litigation Practice. This program is being presented by the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation Young Advocates, Minority Trial Lawyer, and Ethics & Professionalism Committees. It is being held on March 26…

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Considerations for the Blended Family

More than half of the families in the United States were formed by remarriages or recoupling of relationships. Based on current statistics, half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce.  And, the average length of a marriage is seven years. With the ending of marriages, the subsequent remarriages or the forming of…

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