This all new treatise covers a wide range of topics that fall within the scope of the practice of family law, including Marriage; Civil Unions; Domestic Partnerships; Premarital Agreements; Grounds for Divorce, Dissolution or Nullity; Alimony; Equitable Distribution; Settlement Agreements; Changed Circumstances; and Palimony.
“I have a passion for serving families in their times of need and helping to better the practice of family law,” said Seiden. “It was an honor to co-author this book with Frank Louis, one of the grandfathers of family law, in conjunction with Gann Law to provide a resource for other New Jersey family lawyers to assist them in advocating for their clients.”
Sheryl is the Immediate Past Chair of the Family Law Section (“FLS”) of the New Jersey State Bar Association. She is a seasoned matrimonial lawyer, having practiced family law exclusively since January 2000. As an Officer of Family Law Executive Committee (“FLEC”) for five years, Sheryl dedicates her time to ensure that the needs and concerns of the Section are addressed. She has been recognized as a “Best Lawyer in America” since 2015 and has been selected by her peers as a Super Lawyer (and previously, a “Rising Star”) for the last several years since 2015. Since 2018, she has been recognized by Super Lawyers as one of the top 50 female lawyers in New Jersey and one of the top 100 lawyers in the State of New Jersey.
For additional details and purchasing information, please visit the Gann Law online bookstore at: New Jersey Family Law -- Volume Two. For more information about Ms. Seiden, visit seidenfamilylaw.com.
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