New Jersey Family & Juvenile Lawyer
Since 1985, the Law Firm of Janet L. Porro, Esq. has been handling family law issues and juvenile matters, ranging from uncontested marital and partnership dissolutions to complex litigation. The firm's practice is concentrated in the field of family law which includes a range of legal issues relating to familial relationships, including those whom are married, partners having children together and those living in non-traditional familial relationships. Janet L. Porro, Esq. additionally handles matters involving the representation of non-profit entities.
Janet L. Porro, Esq. has extensive experience in matters relating to divorce, domestic violence, child custody, removal of children from their State of residence, inter-state Custody battles, parenting time and visitation rights, juvenile law (municipal and criminal matters relating to juveniles), representation of parents living with rebellious teenagers, alimony, child support, modification applications, sexual abuse, child abuse, pre-nuptial agreements, partnership agreements and parenting Agreements. Ms. Porro also has comprehensive experience in Mediation as a means of Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Ms. Porro's practice further has a concentration in the area of risk management and issues relating to non-profit/tax exempt organizations including laws relating to churches.
Additionally, the Law Firm of Janet L. Porro, Esq. offers service to clients in the area of the drafting Last Will and Testaments, Living Wills, Medical Powers of Attorney and General Durable Powers of Attorney.
Each matter receives personal attention and is handled directly by Janet L. Porro, Esq. Time is taken to determine the unique needs and desires of each individual client. Realizing that matters of this nature are often emotional and difficult, your case will be handled by a firm which is sensitive and caring. We take the time to listen.
Flexible hours are available for appointments. Each case is unique and requires an in depth discussion of the facts and issues involved, together with a thorough exploration of alternatives available. In order to ensure the quality legal counsel, no legal advice will be given over the telephone or internet. In person appointments are required for all consultations.
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