Angela Arabia-Meyer, Esq. works for Legal Services of Northwest Jersey. She assists in offering legal advice and counsel to those in northwest New Jersey who are in need of legal assistance but are unable to afford it.
Brandon A. Granda is an Associate with the Firm and a recent graduate from Seton Hall University School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Granda served as an intern for the City of Hoboken Corporation Counsel where he worked closely with City officials to draft ordinances and gained a background in representing municipalities in various legal matters. Mr. Granda also interned for the New York Liquidation Bureau and the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General in the Division of Criminal Justice. In addition to his various internship positions, Mr. Granda also competed and became a finalist in both the Eugene Gressmen Moot Court Competition and the Ronald J. Riccio Moot Court Competition at Seton Hall Law. Mr. Granda also served as a student attorney for Seton Hall’s Juvenile Justice Clinic and was an associate editor for the Seton Hall Law Circuit Review. During Law School, Mr. Granda served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Michael A. Shipp in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey where he gained experience in matters involving the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, the Truth in Lending Act, Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, and federal jurisdiction. […]
John has been practicing law since 2018, and he concentrates his practice in domestic violence, custody and support. John grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but recently moved to Warren County with his wife and daughter. His father was an attorney, and John was able to see how much his father helped others through his profession. John chose to go to law school so he could one day help others in the same way his father did. As a law student, John worked in the Economic Justice Clinic where he represented clients who were unable to afford an attorney. It was there that John fully began to understand the financial, emotional, and even physical toll that a lawsuit can have on a person. Because of this experience, his goal is to vigorously advocate on behalf of his clients in order to relieve some of the stress and anxiety that each client is sure to have. He has a passion for helping people, and he enjoys helping others navigate the legal system.
Attorney Fackenthall has been practicing law since 2015, and she concentrates her practice in social security disability and employment law. As a lifelong native of the Lehigh Valley, Kelly is driven by her passion for helping others and her community. This drive is the reason why she is an attorney today. She is diligent in her work, and she believes that being a good listener is one of the most important skills an attorney can have. Kelly actively listens to her clients and works hard to provide them with the attention and care they deserve. She is passionate about fighting for the rights of wronged employees, injured workers, and those with disabilities, and she strives to pursue justice for all of her clients.
Matthew Bradley, Esq. works for Legal Services of Northwest Jersey. He assists in offering legal advice and counsel to those in northwest New Jersey who are in need of legal assistance but are unable to afford it. He specializes in landlord tenant court.
Nishali provides a broad range of legal counseling and services to some of the largest school districts in the State of New Jersey, including labor and employment matters, such as tenure charges and increment withholdings, collective negotiations, student disciplinary hearings, arbitrations and litigation. Nishali also represents clients in all phases of family law, from drafting divorce complaints, to negotiating settlement agreements, to handling post-judgment matters involving custody and support. Prior to joining the Firm, Nishali served as an assistant public defender for the Miami-Dade County Public Defender’s Office, where she represented indigent clients in misdemeanor, felony and juvenile courts. She also previously worked as a law clerk for the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary in Washington, D.C. Nishali is a member of the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Florida Bar Associations. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Family Promise of Warren County. She earned her J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law.
Robert B. McBriar represents numerous public and private clients in a variety of legal areas including Insurance Defense, Government Law, Property Taxation and Land Use. As part of the Insurance Defense Group, Mr. McBriar assists in handling all aspects of insurance defense litigation from initial case evaluation and strategy through trial. He is experienced in defending public entities and officials in litigation involving professional liability and property/casualty coverage. As part of his government law practice, Mr. McBriar regularly counsels public entities regarding legislation, regulation and general administration. In addition, he assists with substantive legal issues involving public contracts, elections, OPMA, OPRA, code enforcement, land use, eminent domain, redevelopment and property taxation. Mr. McBriar frequently appears before the New Jersey State Tax Courts and County Tax Boards on behalf of taxing districts and property owners in defending and litigating real property tax appeals.
Ruby focuses her practice in the areas of general litigation, family, labor & employment, education and government affairs. Prior to joining the firm, Ruby served as a law clerk to the Honorable Bruce A. Jones, J.S.C., in in the Warren County Superior Court, Family Part. During her clerkship, Ruby served as a court appointed mediator for both family matters as well as small claims and landlord/tenant matters. While attending Villanova Law School, Ruby served as a Student Attorney with the Clinic for Asylum Refugee & Emigrant Services at Villanova and interned with the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General’s Division of Law in the Employment Counseling & Labor Section. She also served as Managing Editor of Student Works on the Villanova Environmental Law Journal. Ruby authored a Case Note which was published entitled, Michigan v. EPA: Money Matters When Deciding Whether to Regulate Power Plants, 27 Vill. Envtl. L.J. 275 (2016). Ruby is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and the Warren County Bar Association. She is fluent in Arabic.
Stefanie began her career as an associate gaining invaluable experience. Her experience in private practices has always focused on litigating and resolving complex financial and custodial cases. She has handled countless disputes and from the time she commenced her career, she has personally guided her clients through to a resolution of their legal disputes.
William Pandos has significant experience with prosecuting and defending personal injury matters of all types, including slips-and-falls, motor vehicle accidents, and dog bites. He is sensitive to the needs of the individual client, and works closely with his clients to develop a litigation strategy that will bring them the greatest opportunity for success. Mr. Pandos also has extensive experience with defending public entities against a multitude of claims, including workplace discrimination, police brutality, and constitutional violations. Mr. Pandos has an in-depth understanding of the specific immunities and defenses unique to public entities, and has successfully represented many municipalities in state and federal court. Not all lawsuits are submitted to a jury. In fact, most lawsuits are settled or otherwise resolved before the time of trial. In that regard, Mr. Pandos is an experienced negotiator, and is adept at providing the client with an unbiased assessment of risks and rewards in high stakes situations. Mr. Pandos has experience with representing clients in many different venues, including state court, federal court, municipal court, the Tax Court of New Jersey, the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law, and before other regulatory agencies. When not practicing law, Mr. Pandos dedicates a substantial amount of […]
Alexander J. Rinaldi, Esq. has been a noted Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, Business, and Entertainment & Sports attorney for approximately 33 years licensed to practice law in the states of NY and NJ. Besides being licensed to practice law in the states of New Jersey and New York, Alexander Rinaldi is also duly admitted as an Attorney and Counselor of the Supreme Court of the United States of America and a Member of the NY and NJ Trial Lawyers Associations, as well as the New Jersey Association for Justice.
Attorney Roemersma has been practicing law since 1998, and he concentrates his practice in workers’ compensation and disability. During his summers as a law student, Brian worked manual labor jobs, and he witnessed firsthand the toll that injuries took on the workers around him. As time went on, he began to recognize the need for someone to help injured workers who were being overwhelmed by large insurance carriers. Because of his experience, since the beginning of his career, Brian has solely represented injured workers. Brian understands that each and every case is different, and he prides himself on being a great listener for each client he represents. A true hallmark of his representation is the bond he makes with each client and how they navigate through the litigation process together. He works hard to make every client feel cared for, and he strives to defend their rights with compassion and understanding. With Brian, you can be assured that you will receive a thorough, personal defense from an attorney who values you and your work.
Brian R. Tipton is the Managing Partner at Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt, & Cappelli, and he chairs the firm’s litigation group. Brian has extensive experience in complex business, commercial, and construction and public contract law matters. Brian also represents clients in matters involving commercial real estate, redevelopment, and land use matters. Brian regularly represents corporate and individual clients before state and federal courts in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York, administrative law courts in New Jersey, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, and in numerous arbitration and mediation forums. Although he has successfully tried numerous cases to verdict, Brian also places equal focus and effort on resolving matters prior to trial when in the best interest of his clients.
Mr. Williams is currently handling cases in Personal Injury, Automobile Accidents and Worker Compensation injuries. He also handles Real Estate, Family Law and General Trial Litigation. He is licensed in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association, Warren County Bar Association, New Jersey Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, Warren County Civil Practice Committee, Phillipsburg Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Lehigh Valley Area Chamber of Commerce. He is currently the Vice President of the Warren County Bar Association, Secretary/Treasurer for the Records Breakers Chapter of BNI and is a member of the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, an organization that supports the right to Trial by Jury.
Attorney Winegar has been practicing law since 1988, and he concentrates his practice in divorce, custody, and support. Dennis and his family have lived in this area since 1984, and his 3 children were born and raised in the Lehigh Valley. He has a passion for his community, and this passion has motivated his career. When he was in the fifth grade, Dennis was chosen by his teacher to be the attorney representing a student who was accused of damaging school property as a part of a social studies class. He felt great satisfaction in successfully defending the student, and he had wanted to become an attorney ever since! With more than 30 years of experience, Dennis believes he has the legal knowledge and compassion to enable him to provide excellent representation for all of his clients, no matter what the circumstance. He is committed to representing his clients as if it were him or a close family member sitting in the client’s chair, so you can be assured he will work in your best interest. Dennis loves helping his clients navigate through the difficulties they may be experiencing, and he thoroughly enjoys being a lawyer.
Dominick C. Santini, Esq. is located in Columbia, New Jersey. Dominick is a private practice attorney servicing Warren, Hunterdon and Morris County. His practice specializes in real estate law, wills, estate planning review, purchase, sales and refinancing.
Donald E. Souders, Esq. is a Partner at Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt, & Cappelli working in several practice groups including litigation, criminal defense, municipal court, real estate and land use, and family law. Don has more than 20 years of trial experience, achieving favorable settlements and verdicts for his clients in many jurisdictions. His trial work has included civil and criminal jury trials primarily in Warren, Hunterdon, Somerset, Sussex and Morris counties in New Jersey and Northampton, Lehigh, Monroe and Bucks counties in Pennsylvania, as well as federal court in Trenton, New Jersey and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Doug J. Steinhardt, Esq. is a named Partner at Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt, & Cappelli. Doug has extensive experience in all aspects of family, land use, labor and employment, commercial transaction, and government law and legislative affairs, at the local, county, state and federal levels.
Gary Wm. Moylen, Harvard educated and trained at one on New Jersey’s largest law firms, has been providing zealous, personalized representation for his clients for over 30 years. Mr. Moylen has been certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney since 1993. He is an experienced, dedicated trial attorney who has extensive experience in personal injury lawsuits, medical malpractice and wrongful death matters, legal malpractice cases, probate litigation, automobile negligence and other types of civil lawsuits including business disputes and construction cases. Gary is also an experienced family law litigator- representing clients in divorce, custody, child support, alimony, domestic violence and other family matters.
Grace E. Kelly, Esq. works for Legal Services of Northwest Jersey. She assists in offering legal advice and counsel to those in northwest New Jersey who are in need of legal assistance but are unable to afford it.
Gregory G. Gianforcaro, Esq. is a sought-after expert on litigation and trial law who has practiced law in New Jersey for 24 years and has been recognized as a member of New Jersey’s Super Lawyer directory, most recently in 2012. Greg is a sole proprietor, admitted to the Bar in 1988, who practices in the following areas: Childhood Sexual Abuse Personal Injury Auto Accidents Slip and Falls Workers’ Compensation Criminal Defense—Adult and Juvenile All Types of Traffic Offenses Other Municipal Offenses Planning and Zoning
Mr. DeMasi oversees all legal aspect of the PDA’s community and business initiatives. As a partner at the DeMasi and Williams law firm, located in downtown Phillipsburg, Mr. DeMasi connects with PDA members and understands what a thriving downtown Phillipsburg means for business. Mr. DeMasi is very active in the community. His current and past volunteer affiliations include: New Jersey State Bar Association, American Trial Lawyers of New Jersey, Pennsylvania State Bar Association, Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers, Northampton County Bar Association, Warren County Bar Association (President from September 1994 through September 1995), Warren County Courthouse Security Committee, Warren County Judicial Selection Committee, J-PAC Committee, Chair of the Supreme Court of New Jersey District Fee Arbitration Committee for Vicinage XIII (04-05), Appointed to Prosecute Attorney Ethic Complaints, Past Member of the Board of Directors for Easton and Phillipsburg Area YMCA (Officer, 1987 through 1995). A Member of the National Ski Patrol and on active patrol at the Blue Mountain Ski Area. Mr. DeMasi is a graduate of Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan – Juris Doctorate (1983) and Farleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey – Bachelor of Science in Biology and Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics (1979). Member of State Bar […]
James F. Moscagiuri, Esq. is a partner in his firm’s litigation group, and he represents individuals in personal injury and workers’ compensation matters. His cases involve catastrophic injuries and wrongful death resulting from motorcycle, automobile, truck, and other commercial vehicle accidents. James also handles matters involving workplace injuries and construction site accidents.
James L. Pfeiffer is a partner member of the firm who is licensed to practice in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. After receiving his B.A. in business administration/political science from Kutztown University, he earned his J.D. and graduated with Dean’s List honors from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1986. He has been a member of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey since August of 1988. After practicing in private law for 19 years, Mr. Pfeiffer served as Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey from 2005 to 2007. Mr. Pfeiffer has extensive Federal Court experience in civil litigation matters and has made numerous Appellate Division appearances. He has represented clients in a variety of cases including civil rights litigation, products liability, professional malpractice, employment, traffic accidents, slip/trip and fall, and real estate. His largest jury trial verdict to date grossed $2.2 million for a products liability case involving defective car locks/carjacking. Moroney v. General Motors, et als., (PA Super. 2004). Due largely to Mr. Pfeiffer’s efforts, a jury verdict of $1.75 million was secured for a New Jersey civil rights violation case. Shepherd v. State of New Jersey., (NJ Super., App. Div. 2001), 174 […]
Jennifer Ann Vorhies is a Partner at Florio, Perrucci, Steinhardt, & Cappelli. Jennifer has extensive experience handling a wide array of family law matters including complex and general divorces, pre-nuptial agreements, child custody and parenting time disputes, paternity, alimony, child support, and domestic violence matters.
Attorney Toth has been practicing law since 2008, and she concentrates her practice in criminal defense and personal injury. Jenn grew up in the Lehigh Valley and went to Central Catholic High School. In college, she interned in the Lackawanna County District Attorney’s office. This experience led her to pursue a legal career focused on criminal law. Every case is important to Jenn, no matter how small. She knows that being involved in the legal system is often very stressful, but she strives to make her clients comfortable as she helps them navigate their cases. She makes herself available for any and all questions they may have, making them first priority.
John Abromitis concentrates in business and commercial litigation, civil litigation, personal injury litigation, transportation & logistics, community association law, contract law and real estate. He is admitted to the New Jersey Bar. In 2007, Mr. Abromitis was named as one of the Top 40 lawyers under the age of 40 by The New Jersey Law Journal. Mr. Abromitis earned a Baccalaureate Degree in Business Logistics from the Pennsylvania State University. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where he graduated cum laude, was a member of the Law Review, and was a Dean’s List Scholar. In 1993, Mr. Abromitis was the Law Clerk to the Honorable Karen D. Russell, Presiding Civil Judge of the Morris/Sussex Vicinage of the New Jersey Superior Court. Mr. Abromitis is a member of the Community Associations Institute, American Bar Association, New Jersey State Bar Association, Warren County Bar Association, the Transportation Lawyers Association, the New Jersey Motor Truck Association and the Pennsylvania State University Alumni Association. He currently serves as Secretary to the Warren County Bar Association. He has also served on the Civil Practice Committee and the Business and Commercial Litigation Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association. […]
John M. Zaiter is a partner in the firm of Brocious, Fischer & Zaiter. Mr. Zaiter has been selected as a Super Lawyer (New Jersey Rising Stars, 2012), currently represents and has in the past represented various municipalities and school districts, and is fluent in Arabic. He practices in Criminal Defense, Criminal Law, Juvenile Criminal Law, DUI/DWI, Drug Crimes, Traffic Violations, Family Law, Personal Injury, Slip and Fall, Dog Bites, Products Liability, Automobile Accidents and Injuries, Wrongful Death, Truck Accidents, Head Injury, Spinal Injury and Civil Litigation.
Katharine M. Fina, Esq. represents various municipal entities handling matters in relation to municipal law, construction & public contracting, labor and employment, and workers’ compensation. She also represents school districts in labor and negotiations and all other aspects of education law. Katharine is experienced with local public contracting, state procurement, and Public Schools Contracting Law. She handles the drafting and reviewing of bid documents and contracts, reviewing bid challenges, and represents clients in construction/public contracts litigation. Her public client representation also includes representing employers and employees in the New Jersey Division of Workers’ Compensation.
Katherine E. Ingrassia specializes in counseling individuals and families on estate planning and wealth transfer matters with a focus on tax savings and asset protection. Her practice is in the area of Trusts & Estates, including wills, trusts, gift and estate tax, estate administration and probate. She has extensive experience in the drafting of estate planning documents, such as wills, revocable trusts, insurance trusts, durable powers of attorney, and advance medical directives, for clients whose needs range from simple to highly sophisticated. Kate’s practice also includes guardianship and conservatorship matters for incapacitated adults and asset protection plans for the elderly and the disabled, such as Special Needs Trusts.
Katrina Campbell has extensive experience involving the Agriculture Retention and Development Act (Farmland Preservation) and the Green Acres Program. She has participated in the preservation of thousands of acres of farmland as Special Counsel to the County of Warren, as the attorney for municipalities and as counsel to private landowners. Ms. Campbell has become one of only a few attorneys in the state with expertise in FEMA and Blue Acres flood buyout programs. After Hurricane Sandy, Ms. Campbell volunteered her time to assist victims as they tried to navigate the FEMA process. Her representation of the Warren County Agricultural Development Board has given her expertise in Right to Farm Act and other agriculture related matters such as farm and hunting leases, mortgage subordinations, and survey, title and appraisals complications. Ms. Campbell possesses skills to represent a client in all aspects of the land acquisitions process. She has drafted agreements for sale, commercial, residential and farm leases, resolved difficult title and survey issues and has even conducted auctions for the public sale of land. She specializes in the representation of first-time home buyers. Her knowledge coupled with her calm, caring demeanor make her perfect to navigate first-time homebuyers who feel overwhelmed […]
Kerry Cahill primarily handles civil litigation and transactional matters on behalf of public and private entities, with additional practice areas of criminal defense and family law. During her time with the firm, Kerry has provided legal counsel through client counseling and litigation.
Lawrence P. Cohen is the senior partner of the firm, who heads the Litigation Department. He has a substantial practice in personal injury litigation, as well as commercial litigation, and related tort actions. Mr. Cohen’s achievements as a trial attorney have been recognized by the New Jersey Supreme Court which has designated him as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney.
Mr. Artigliere, a New Jersey native, established the firm in 2003, after practicing initially in Morris County and then as a Partner in the Phillipsburg firm of Curzi and Artigliere. (from 1987 to 2003). He is admitted to bars of both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and has extensive trial experience in both civil and criminal law. Mr. Artigliere is an honors graduate of nearby Layayette College, as well the prestigious Villinova School of Law where he also graduated with honors. Among his scholastic honors are Lafayette’s 1913 Trophy (Scholar Athlete), East Coast County Conference Scholar Athlete Award and the Morris County Collegiate Scholar Athlete of the year. Mr. Artigliere has served many years as Chairman of the Civil Practice Committee in Warren County as well as serving as a CIvil Arbitrator. He has been involved in the local community as a member of the Washington Township Zoning Board, past Chairman of the Washington Township Land Use Board (presently serving on the LUB as a member), the Washington Township Economic Development Committee and an original Board member of the Washington Borough Business Improvement District.
Louis P. Mellinger, Esq. is admitted to practice law in the New Jersey Courts, U.S. District Court and U.S. Supreme Court. His areas of concentration are personal injury, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, and representation of minors who have been the victims of sexual assault by teachers, coaches, supervisors/adults. Additionally, he represents financial institutions and corporations in their business affairs and litigation, and has extensive experience in the area of debt collection, foreclosure, fraud and loan restructuring. He also represents professional athletes in compensation claims for injuries sustained during their careers, as well as in their personal matters.
Mark R. Peck is a Partner in the Phillipsburg, New Jersey office at Florio, Perrucci, Steinhart, & Cappelli. Mark has extensive experience as a private and public entity defense litigator, as well as in the fields of land use and municipal law. Mark has been with the firm since 2005. He has represented numerous public entities, including the South Jersey Transportation Authority, Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission, the Town of Hackettstown, and the Edgewater Borough Planning Board. Mark has also represented numerous municipalities and public entities in tort defense litigation and has appeared before many land use boards throughout New Jersey to obtain development approvals. He has tried many jury cases to a successful conclusion for both public and private clients. Mark’s thorough knowledge of zoning and government make him an outstanding resource to the firm’s clients pursuing land development and other governmental approvals.
Michael B. Lavery, Esq. is a Member in the Municipal Government and Litigation Departments. Mr. Lavery concentrates his practice in local government law, litigation and Land Use law. Mr. Lavery presently represents a number of governmental entities and serves as Special Counsel to the County of Warren for Open Space & Farmland Preservation. Mr. Lavery serves as Township Attorney for Hardwick, Lopatcong, Mansfield and Washington (Warren County) Townships, Special Counsel to Parsippany-Troy Hills Township and Mine Hill Township, as well as Attorney for the Frelinghuysen Township Land Use Board, the Oxford Township Land Use Board, the Warren County Soil Conservation District, and the Chester Township Zoning Board of Adjustment.
Michael S. Selvaggi, Esq. is the Managing Shareholder of Lavery, Selvaggi, Abromitis & Cohen. He has practiced law in New Jersey for 25 years and has developed an expertise in several practice areas. His broad range of knowledge enables him to competently serve the needs of large corporations and individuals alike. Mr. Selvaggi is recognized as one of the leading land use and planning specialist in northern New Jersey. He appears regularly before zoning and planning boards on behalf of clients requiring site plan and subdivision approvals or variance relief. His abilities are sought by privately-held entities; Fortune 500 companies; not-for-profit organizations and individuals. Mr. Selvaggi also serves as the attorney for municipal land use boards and counsels them on a host of differing applications.
Richard Wenner concentrates his practice in the fields of commercial litigation, municipal / local government and labor & employment law. Mr. Wenner deals extensively with issues ranging from redevelopment law, tax appeals, construction litigation, business law, land use, municipal matters and labor relations. He serves as Town Attorney for the Town of Phillipsburg and Borough Attorney for the Borough of Raritan. He actively represents various municipalities throughout Warren and Sussex counties and has been appointed as labor counsel for the Township of Vernon and as the attorney for the Vernon Township Municipal Utility Authority.
Attorney Wilhelm has been practicing law since 1995, and he concentrates his practice in criminal defense and bankruptcy. Scott grew up in Lopatcong Township, attending Phillipsburg High School and Moravian College before heading to Villanova Law. Scott has always had an interest in the legal system, and that interest motivated him to become an attorney. He enjoys the adversarial process that comes with the law, and he finds each case intellectually challenging. With 22 years of experience, Scott believes he has the work ethic and legal knowledge to provide his clients with the absolute best defense. He is passionate about advocating for and helping others, and he strives to find the best solutions for all of his clients.
Seth R. Tipton concentrates his practice in corporate law, health care law, real estate development and commercial lending. During his career, Seth has represented corporate clients in connection with formation, internal governance, and mergers and acquisitions. In the latter capacity, Seth has guided companies from digital auctions, preliminary negotiations, financing and closing of multi-million dollar transactions.
Tom is a lifelong resident of Hackettstown. He was in private practice from 1985 through 2011 with his practice concentrating on real estate, wills and estates, municipal law, and land use law. In 2011, he was appointed as Warren County Deputy Surrogate. He welcomes calls from bar members having any questions regarding the probate and administration process, estate settlement, guardianships, adoptions, the depositing and withdrawal of funds from the Surrogate’s Intermingled Fund for the Benefit of Minors and the rules and procedures for filing actions in the Probate Part of the Superior Court. Tom’s direct extension at the Surrogate’s Office is 908-475- 6226.
Thomas P. Fischer is the managing partner at Broscious, Fischer & Zaiter. Mr. Fischer has obtained many multi-million dollar settlements for his injured clients. He practices in the following areas of law: Wrongful Death, Personal Injury, Products Liability, Vehicle Accidents and Injuries, Head and Spinal Injury, Civil Litigation, Workers’ Compensation, Juvenile Criminal Law, DUI/DWI, Criminal Defense, Drug Crimes and Family Law.
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