Can My Spouse and I Use The Same Divorce Attorney?

      “We both want to use the same divorce attorney in order to spend less money on our divorce.”   Sometimes I hear this during my first meeting with a potential client.  Sometimes our staff hears this when a potential client calls the office wanting to schedule a consultation for both parties to come and meet with an attorney together.  Or sometimes I hear this in social situations.  (I may or may not correct the speaker, depending on whether I have it in me to listen to the flood of legal questions that will surely follow after I out myself as

Kelsey D. Mulholland, Esq.


Take It From Us: Showcasing Kelsey D. Mulholland, Esq.

In this blog, we are showcasing Kelsey Mulholland, Esq., who is counsel to our firm. Kelsey has been designated as a Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court, an honor bestowed to only 2% of statewide attorneys. He’s been repeatedly selected as a Rising Star in New Jersey by Super Lawyers Magazine. In 2015, he was named as one of the “10 Best Family Law Attorneys for the State of New Jersey” by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys.