Haddonfield, NJ Collaborative Family Law Attorneys

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Haddonfield, NJ Collaborative Family Law Attorneys

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  • Kevin Falkenstein
  • Shareholder at Adinolfi, Molotsky, Burick & Falkenstein, P.A.
  • Haddonfield, NJ U.S.A.
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  • Julie Roberson Burick
  • Shareholder at Adinolfi, Molotsky, Burick & Falkenstein, P.A.
  • Haddonfield, NJ U.S.A.
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  • Robert Adinolfi
  • Partner at Adinolfi, Molotsky, Burick & Falkenstein, P.A.
  • Haddonfield, NJ U.S.A.
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  • Julie Anne Auerbach
  • Partner at Astor Weiss Kaplan & Mandel, LLP
  • Haddonfield, NJ U.S.A.
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Collaborative Family Law in Haddonfield, NJ

Your marriage may be ending, but if you and your spouse have children together, your relationship may continue on for years to come. Increasingly, parents are turning to collaborative family law attorneys in an effort to reach an amicable divorce settlement. (Collaborative family lawyers can also assist engaged couples with drafting pre-nuptial agreements.) Law firms that practice collaborative family law may employ a host of alternative dispute resolution techniques, including mediation and negotiation, in an effort to reach mutually agreeable divorce and child custody agreements. Attorneys can also work with divorced couples who need guidance working through parenting disputes.