South Jersey Family Law and Divorce Attorney
When facing a divorce or any other difficult family legal issue, you have enough stress without unpleasant surprises that could be avoided. Rushed decisions, made under pressure, often lead to regrets later on.
In our Mt. Laurel law office of Scott J. Levine, we focus intently on understanding your needs and the nuances of your specific situation. Applying more than 15 years of family law experience, attorney Scott J. Levine makes it his priority to put you in a favorable negotiating position for achieving your goals. Contact our law office to work with a knowledgeable, skilled lawyer devoted to helping you understand your legal rights and taking greater control of your future.
Focused and Dedicated Mt. Laurel Family Law Attorney
We take a proactive approach to all our clients' family-related needs, including:
- Divorce, with special attention to your position on critical issues such as child support and child custody, as well as alimony and property division
- Premarital agreements, when you see a need to lay a solid legal foundation for your relationship
- Post-judgment modifications, when a significant change in circumstances means you must pursue a change in the orders established in your divorce
- Other sensitive family law matters, including domestic violence
You deserve a South Jersey family law and divorce lawyer who is well informed and consistently prepared. Scott J. Levine stays up to date on current case law relevant to his family law clients' needs. He takes time daily to look for relevant changes and legal news he can use to your advantage. This includes legal precedent and issues concerning civil unions and adoption.
Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney is a designation granted by the New Jersey Supreme Court to Attorneys who are able to demonstrate sufficient levels of experience, education, knowledge, and skill in Matrimonial Law practice. The Supreme Court, through its Board on Attorney Certification, designates only those lawyers who apply for Certification and who are able to meet the standards set by the Board and approved by the Court.
A Certified Attorney is more than just an Attorney who specializes in a particular area of law. A New Jersey Attorney who is Certified by the Supreme Court as a Matrimonial Law attorney must have: been a member in good standing of the New Jersey Bar for over 5 years; fulfilled ongoing continuing legal education requirements; demonstrated a substantial level of experience in Matrimonial Law; been favorably evaluated by other Attorneys and Judges familiar with his or her work; taken and passed a written examination in Matrimonial Law.