New Jersey Family Law Attorneys at Ceconi & Cheifetz
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A Principled Approach

We distinguish ourselves by satisfying our NJ clients with the absolute best service.

Ceconi & Cheifetz New Jersey Family Law
Ceconi & Cheifetz New Jersey Family Law

A Principled Approach

We distinguish ourselves by satisfying our NJ clients with the absolute best service.

A Practice Devoted Exclusively to
New Jersey Divorce, Family Law and Matrimonial Law Matters

Ceconi & Cheifetz, LLC services clients with New Jersey Family Law and Domestic Relations Law issues. We offer individualized attention, proactively identifying issues and creating successful and innovative solutions.

To provide outstanding legal services we often tap experts to assist the courts and our adversaries in understanding the complex issues that can arise in matrimonial litigation in New Jersey including:

  • Valuation of Assets
  • Identification of hidden assets
  • Tax consequences of a settlement
  • Vocational evaluation of the underemployed spouse
  • Mental health evaluations that determine the custodial placement of children

New Jersey Family Law Attorneys, Mediators and Arbitrators

In an effort to facilitate conflict resolution, members of the firm regularly serve as a Mediator or Arbitrator in contested family law matters. The firm has also provided expert witness services on NJ family law and members of the firm have been qualified as an expert witness in state, federal, and U.S. bankruptcy court.

We pledge to counsel, educate and work together with our New Jersey clients to achieve realistic goals and objectives. We want to make a difference in each client’s life.

Our Summit divorce and family law lawyers serve clients throughout Union, Essex, Morris, Somerset, Middlesex, Bergen, Hudson, Passaic, Hunterdon, Sussex and Monmouth Counties, New Jersey.

A Practice Devoted Exclusively to New Jersey Divorce, Family Law and Matrimonial Law Matters

Ceconi & Cheifetz, LLC services clients with New Jersey Family Law and Domestic Relations Law issues. We offer individualized attention, proactively identifying issues and creating successful and innovative solutions.

To provide outstanding legal services we often tap experts to assist the courts and our adversaries in understanding the complex issues that can arise in matrimonial litigation in New Jersey including:

  • Valuation of Assets
  • Identification of hidden assets
  • Tax consequences of a settlement
  • Vocational evaluation of the underemployed spouse
  • Mental health evaluations that determine the custodial placement of children

New Jersey Family Law Attorneys, Mediators and Arbitrators

In an effort to facilitate conflict resolution, members of the firm regularly serve as a Mediator or Arbitrator in contested family law matters. The firm has also provided expert witness services on NJ family law and members of the firm have been qualified as an expert witness in state, federal, and U.S. bankruptcy court.

We pledge to counsel, educate and work together with our New Jersey clients to achieve realistic goals and objectives. We want to make a difference in each client’s life.

Our Summit divorce and family law lawyers serve clients throughout Union, Essex, Morris, Somerset, Middlesex, Bergen, Hudson, Passaic, Hunterdon, Sussex and Monmouth Counties, New Jersey.

News and Events

Cary B. Cheifetz and Lizanne J. Ceconi have been included in Lawdragons 2020 Leading Family Lawyers list which represents 500 of the nation’s top family lawyers.

Cary B. Cheifetz has been elected assistant secretary of the American Academy of Family Lawyers Foundation, the charitable arm of the AAML.

Mr. Cheifetz was a guest lecturer at Rutgers Law School on the issue of drafting enforceable premarital agreements.

Mr. Cheifetz spoke at the New Jersey State Bar Association Family Law meeting on February 11, 2020.

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