Meredith E. Allen
Meredith E. Allen, Esq., Of Counsel to the firm, is an attorney at law of New Jersey. Admitted to practice in 1996, she is a graduate of the Rutgers School of Law-Newark. Her practice is dedicated exclusively to family law. She has authored and co-authored several published articles on family law for the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education and the New Jersey Law Journal. She handles all aspects of cases, from initial intake to settlement or litigation, including motion practice. She has taken the 40 hour mediation training, and soon will be qualified as a Court-approved mediator.
Area of Practice:
New Jersey, 1996
Rutgers, The State University School of Law-Newark, New Jersey 1996, J.D.
Saint Peter’s College, 1993
Professional Associations and Memberships: New Jersey State Bar Association
Past Employment Positions:
Dunetz Marcus, L.L.C., Associate, Family Law Department
Lesnevich & Marzano-Lesnevich, Associate, Family Law Department
Co-Author, “Appellate Division Relegates Minority Discounts in Equitable Distribution to Circumscribed Role”, for New Jersey Law Journal, May 2002
Author “Relocation and the Cause Requirement of N.J.S.A. 9:2-2” Chart for Practical Aspects of Child Custody and Timesharing Litigation (seminar sponsored by NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) and The National Institute for Child Custody and Divorce Awareness, Inc. (NICCDA)), June 1998
Co-Author, “New Jersey Custody and Visitation Law: A Summary”, for Custody/Visitation Disputes: Determining the “Best Interests of the Child” (seminar sponsored by NJICLE and NICCDA), March 1997