Amy has been practicing family law for over 25 years, in both New Jersey and New York. She is a negotiator, a litigator and a mediator. Amy helps individuals and families through the complex and often emotional process of resolving their matters. She is direct and compassionate in her approach.
Amy graduated from New York Law School and the University of Delaware, where she received the prestigious Woman of Promise Award. She is admitted to practice in both New York and New Jersey.
Amy is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association and Morris County Bar Association. She is active in her community as well, being a member of the Goryeb Children's Hospital Parent Advisory Committee and the creator and facilitator of the Parent's Night Program at Goryeb Children's Hospital. Amy is also the past chair of the Randolph PTO Scholarship Committee and is the Youth Chair at her synagogue.
Amy has prepared and argued numerous appeals, both matrimonial in nature and on behalf of the Office of Parental Representation, which related to abuse and neglect as well as termination of parental rights matters. For several years Amy prepared a state by state chart summarizing the marriage and divorce laws for New Jersey's Lawyers Diary and Manual.
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