Wednesday, June 27, 2012

NJ Divorce Lawyers, Diamond & Diamond

NJ Divorce lawyer, Richard S. Diamond of Diamond & Diamond has represented clients with their divorce and NJ family law needs for more than half a century. Diamond & Diamond focuses exclusively on family law matters in NJ and knows the intricacies of the law and the realities of family dynamics. The depth of their experience in family law gives a unique perspective to guide you through the divorce process while avoiding any pitfalls.

Mr. Diamond has been honored in Who's Who in American Law, Super Lawyers, and is a long-standing member of the New Jersey Bar Association, Family Law Section as well as a frequent lecturer on various family law topics and has been a guest on various radio and television programs within and outside New Jersey. All of the NJ family law attorneys at Diamond & Diamond are experienced litigators and mediators which are admitted to practice at the trial, appellate, and Supreme Court levels.

Because the firm focuses on family law, they take the time to get to know their clients, understand their legal needs and become familiar with their special situations. Each client is treated with dignity and respect. Their focus is on quality legal representation, attention to detail, and communicating with clients. They take the time to understand the challenges that face each client.

Visit the website of these experienced NJ divorce lawyers or call 973.379.9292 to schedule a consultation.

Thursday, June 14, 2012

New Jersey Bankruptcy Lawyer, Laura Neville

The Neville Law Firm is a full-service law firm with a practice focus on bankruptcy, consumer protection, debt settlement, collection litigation, and creditor’s rights. The firm, located in Burlington County, NJ and a second office in Monmouth County, NJ represents individual and business clients in state and federal courts throughout the state of New Jersey and in Eastern Pennsylvania.

Miss Neville's background is very diverse and includes teaching music. In our recent interview with her, we asked how that diversity benefits her bankruptcy clients. This was her response.

"If you are looking for help with your bankruptcy I believe that coming to the practice of law after teaching for some time provides me with a unique perspective as well as some skills not taught in law school, but rather gained through life experience. Working in an education environment with all sorts of people coming from all sorts of situations was a valuable experience, and I attribute my ability to communicate effectively with clients and prospective clients to my years spent in the classroom. And, just as every student has a unique style of learning that must be recognized and used to advantage by effective teachers, every client has unique problems that must be recognized and addressed strategically. It is my job to determine what approach or approaches will work best in achieving the goals of the client. In other words, in terms of the communication and analytic skills required, teaching music and practicing bankruptcy law have more in common than one would think.

Click here to view Laura's interview in its entirety. You can also read Laura's timely New Jersey bankruptcy blogs and her bankruptcy articles. Feel free to contact her at 856.533.2433 or toll free at 1.877.NEV.1776.