Creating a “Game Plan” for Your Case
When you choose Pamela M. Copeland as your attorney, you will work with her to develop a “Game Plan” based on the specific facts of your case:
Phase 1: Gathering and analyzing all available information – including the little details -which, together, paint a complete picture of your situation and options.
Phase 2: Identifying the key objectives that you want to achieve, and educating you on the pros, cons, implications and consequences of each decision, and how the “other side” is likely to react.
Phase 3: Empowering you to take smart, tactical steps that advance you towards your desired objectives, while making necessary adjustments along the way to help keep you on the right track, to keep your stress level as low as possible, and your expense as reasonable as possible.
Representing our Clients with Dedicated and Effective Legal Services
Your case is a serious matter, and it takes a proven, experienced, caring and Certified Matrimonial Attorney like Pamela to help you make it through the “legal maze” as quickly, affordably and painlessly as possible – while helping you achieve a fair and equitable outcome.
Pamela’s Career Overview
- Named one of the top 50 women lawyers in New Jersey
- Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Matrimonial Law Attorney in 1998 (among the first recipients of this renowned distinction), and recertified every five years since then
- Actively involved in the Central New Jersey Family Law Vicinage XIII Inn of Court since its inception
- Appointed to various family law-related task forces and committees by the New Jersey State Bar Association and the New Jersey Supreme Court (including the Family Division Practice Committee).
- Former Somerset County Trustee to the New Jersey State Bar Association
- Honored as an Outstanding Woman in Somerset County by the Somerset County Commission on the Status of Women
- Formerly served on the NJSBA Family Law Section’s Executive Committee
- Past President of the Somerset County Bar Association
- Past Chair of the NJSBA Women’s Rights Section
- Lectured for the Institute of Continuing Legal Education