New Jersey Family Law Attorney, Sam Stoia
Divorce and death rival each other as to the extent of damage they do to families and individual members. Selecting the right New Jersey family law attorney or New Jersey divorce lawyer can be a tedious task. After all, at the center of a family dispute – amidst all of the contention and legal complications – are people.
The way your legal issue is handled will deeply affect your life and the lives of the people you care about most. You need legal advice from a lawyer that will work with you to solve problems and seek to achieve the best possible results. Sam can help facilitate practical, realistic long-term solutions, by identifying opportunities and pursuing them zealously on behalf of his clients.
Legal Advice from a Skilled Negotiator with an Accounting Background
Family law matters are especially momentous, because they affect every area of life, from personal finances to relationships with children. Sam's experience includes an extensive background in accounting, together with skills in negotiating multi-million dollar contracts. This enables Sam to negotiate and litigate complicated financial issues while remaining sensitive to his clients' personal goals and treating all with dignity.
Sam's practice is entirely committed to New Jersey family law and divorce law. Whether Sam is negotiating and drafting a premarital agreement or providing legal advice on a complex divorce matter, Sam gives his clients practical, well-informed advice.
Let Sam help you. Contact him today online or by telephone at (973) 539-4364 to arrange a free consultation.Sam proudly represents clients in Livingston, South Orange, West Orange, Caldwell, North Caldwell, West Caldwell, Glen Ridge, Montclair, Upper Montclair, Verona, Bloomfield, Florham Park,Morristown, Newark, Jersey City, Hoboken, Belleville, Nutley, Montville, Elizabeth, Edison, Clifton, Passaic, Union City, East Orange, Bayonne, North Bergen Township, New Brunswick and the surrounding areas of Morris County, Somerset County, Essex County, Union County, Monmouth County, Ocean County, Bergen County, Passaic County, and Middlesex County in New Jersey.
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