Tag Archives: NJSBA

Jeralyn Lawrence Interview by Jessie Frees of WMTR 1250 AM Radio Station – Part V

Jessie Frees of WMTR 1250 AM Radio Station’s host of Ask The Expert interviewed Jeralyn Lawrence, a New Jersey Divorce and Family Lawyer.   This is Part V of a five part series of transcripts from the radio interview with Jeralyn. Ask The Expert Host Jessie Frees of WMTR 1250 AM Radio Station Interview with Divorce…

Read More
Coping with the aftermath of your divorce

How to Move on After a Divorce The Holmes-Rahe Stress Scale is a tool used by mental health professionals to gauge the difficulty of a life event, and divorce is second on the scale only to the death of a spouse. Divorce attorneys and other professionals warn that divorce is an extremely traumatic process for…

Read More
Jeralyn Lawrence to speak at the 2020 Solo and Small-Firm Conference

On Saturday, February 22, 2020, Jeralyn Lawrence will participate in New Jersey ICLE’s 2020 Solo and Small-Firm Conference which is being presented in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association Solo and Small-Firm Section. The conference is taking place at the Marriott Delta Hotel in Iselin, New Jersey from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm….

Read More
Jeralyn Lawrence to Moderate Family Law Program at the NJSBA Mid-Year Meeting

Jeralyn Lawrence, Founder and Managing Member of Lawrence Law, will co-moderate a panel discussion entitled Hasta La Vista, Bebe! Family Law Issues in New Jersey and Puerto Rico. With her co-moderator, Sheryl J. Seiden, Esq., they will lead a panel of distinguished judges and New Jersey family lawyers in a discussion of some of the…

Read More
What are you passionate about? Make time for it!

I am passionate about the practice of family and and am very active in the New Jersey State Bar Association (currently Treasurer). I recently participated in the NJSBA’s Women’s Leadership in the Law Forum at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick. A bonus from the event is the compilation of the insights and…

Read More

Disclaimer and information can be found here, including links to descriptions and selection methodologies. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.