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We offer the resources of a larger law firm, while building a level of comfort and trust that is important to our clients.
The attorneys at Gebhardt & Kiefer are skilled negotiators in cases involving family relationships. While relatively few family law cases actually proceed to trial, our lawyers have gone to trial successfully when necessary to protect our clients' rights and interests.
Our lawyers handle all types of family law cases, including:
One of the most contested issues that can arise following divorce is relocation by a custodial parent that would result in removal of a child from New Jersey. Our lawyers have successfully represented parents who wanted to move over the objections of a parent with visitation rights. We have also successfully represented parents who were opposed to removal of their child from New Jersey.
Mr. Goodwin and Mr. Rudnik are certified as matrimonial attorneys by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Mr. Goodwin frequently lectures and writes articles on family law and appears on local cable television stations to discuss various topics. He and Ms. Fredericks published an article on Cohabitation in the New Jersey State Bar Association publication "New Jersey Family Lawyer". Mr. Rudnik has lectured on ethics, domestic violence, and children’s rights.
Please see the Gebhardt & Kiefer Family Law Blog for insights and tips from our attorneys.
For more information or to set up a consultation with a lawyer at Gebhardt & Kiefer, P.C., call 908-735-5161, or fill out the contact form on this site. With offices in Clinton Township (Annandale) and Bridgewater, our firm serves clients throughout central and northwestern New Jersey.
Download our Divorce Guide containing useful articles and resources designed to help you and your family through the divorce process. It is our hope that these resources help you and your family move forward with confidence.
Download our Divorce Mediation Guide for more information and resources to help you understand the benefits of mediation and how divorce mediation works.
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