Majors Law Firm P.C.

Providing Skilled Legal Expertise
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Family Law & Divorce

Representing New Jersey Families    

Our skilled family law attorneys have more than sixty years of collective experience.  We will pay attention to your individual needs and treat your case as the most important case, and you as the most important client, while zealously pursuing a settlement on your behalf or preparing for trial if necessary. 

Our lawyers handle all types of family law cases, including:

Our family law attorneys include William GoodwinWilliam Rudnik and Diana Fredericks.

Mr. Goodwin, Mr. Rudnik, and Ms. Fredericks are certified as matrimonial attorneys by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. They frequently lecture and write articles on family law, ethics, domestic violence, and children’s rights.

Please see the Gebhardt & Kiefer Family Law Blog for insights and tips from our attorneys.

Contact 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. Our firm serves clients throughout New Jersey.

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Learn More About Divorce:

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.

The New Jersey Divorce Process

New Jersey's Children's Bill of Rights

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*During the complimentary 15-minute phone consultation, information provided by our attorneys and answers to questions are intended to be general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice.  The phone consultation does not constitute an attorney-client relationship, and confidential information should not be shared until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.